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How to Build a Galvanized Pipe Wall Rack (page 2 of 2)

Who doesn't need more storage space in the kitchen? Gain easy access to frequently used cookware by assembling a budget-chic rack system in an afternoon.

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  • Time

    Under Half Day

  • Price Range

    $1 - $50

  • Difficulty

    Easy

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Step 4: Mount the Pots and Pans Rack to the Wall

The wall rack is a rigid structure, so it must be mounted to the kitchen wall as pre-assembled. Using the scribed markings, pre-drill pilot holes for each screw, using a drill bit just slightly smaller than the screw size. For the holes that are not pre-drilled into the center of a wall stud insert a ribbed plastic anchor. Hold the rack over the pilot holes and screw the rack to the wall

Step 5: Hang the Pots and Pans

Place S hooks on the rack. Many pots and pans already have holes in the handle ends. If the pots and pans that are planned for hanging do not accommodate the S hook, use a drill and appropriate bit size to drill a hook hole in the handle end. Hang the pots and pans on the S hook.

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