Increase workshop functionality with general information on plastic braces that are able to hold bins, hooks and storage cabinets.
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This plastic strip features grooves onto which accessories can be hung. The grooves are the same width, allowing the accessories to fit no matter what configuration is selected. To add a bin, hook or basket, slip the accessory tab into the top groove. Pull the accessory downward to lock in place. Reverse the steps to remove.
Each strip features a 300 lb. capacity. Put two together, and there is enough strength to hold a fully-loaded cabinet.
Strips can be mounted to drywall, open frame studs or masonry. Use the proper fastener for the wall material, then place a fastener in each groove on the plastic strip. Use a level to ensure even alignment.
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