Dog Food Storage Bins Ideas

Oct 11th

Dog food storage bins – Large, bulky dog ​​food bags can be tricky in the closet or garage. If you live in an area where there are skunks and raccoons, these large and unsafe paper bags can prove to be more tempting than you want. If you keep your dog food inside a closet or cabinet in your house, you would probably appreciate having an easier storage method. For safety from rodents and pests and light packing, a storage dog food container is ideal. Building a storage container is relatively simple.

Dog Food Storage Bins Design
Dog Food Storage Bins Design

Ideas for make dog food storage bins, cut your work. You need: Pages A and B (15 1/4 inches with 20 inches tall board) Sides C and D (15 1/4 inches with 18 1/2 inches tall board) Bottom (18 1/2 inches with 18 1/2 inches of numbers on board) Top pages 1 and 2 (3 inches with 20 inches numbers on board) Top sides 3 and 4 (3 inches x 18 inches numbers on board) Mark these pieces for easy construction during your construction process. Construct the body of the box, made of pages A, B, C and D. Apply the wood to the edges of each part to glue them together. Because the glue sets, use the nails to secure the mounting.

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Then to make dog food storage bins, glue the bottom of the box. Run the trunk around the edges and slide the bottom of the box, moving from the bottom opening so that you do not spill glue along the height of the box. Use nails to attach to the bottom of the box as you did with the sides. If you want the feet on your storage compartment, install them on the bottom. Drill four holes in the bottom, 1/4 inch from the edges. Fit the feet with the screws according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Put your top on the box and screw to mount the two hinges. The hinges should be the same distance from the respective edges. Sand the entire box to avoid splitting. Color or paint the outside of the storage area as desired.