Installing DIY Closet Organizers

By: Joanne R. Carn

I believe this have happen to you before where you are unable to find your clothes in a real hurry? With just a little planning, you are able to transform your most disorganized closets into your best organizer companion. Your organizers must be neat and tidy so that it is efficient enough to help organize and store your pants, shirts and shoes etc.
So how do you get organized? It is not a big secret after all, the secret is to get yourself a closet organizer and install them with the installation manual given, thats all you need to do, and its not rocket science.
Firstly, go ahead right now and discard your old closet organizer to change to a new one instead. Also get rid of all old and unwanted items in your current closet, a good chance for you to do a little spring cleaning too. It makes restoring of objects very much easier in the future, if you even throw away old shelves, rods and doors.
Secondly, after the old closet organizer had been discarded, you must mend all the holes that the old closet left behind. Just use some compound together with a spade to fill up the holes. Let the compound to dry and then apply some paint over and you are done with the second step.
Thirdly, in order to set up the new closet organizer, you will need to mark on the wall on the new position. Now go ahead and measure 2 inches from the ceiling and mark a level line on the new position where you will want to mount the closet hanging tracks. The purpose of this is to get ready for the drilling process.
Fourthly, mark use of the markings on the wall as a guide and begin drilling holes to install the hanging tracks. Always remember, when you are mounting the tracks, every 24 inch, if the track is supporting a lot of weight, space them closer together to strengthen the closet organizer tracks.
Fifthly, next you need to have the shelves installed. Always start from the bottom upwards, choose the position you want between the floor, the bottom of the shelf then carry on the installation of the shelves at different distance and also what you intended to collect in your closet organizer.
Lastly, in order to finish the job, you will need to mount the closet organizer with a hanging rod. Once you get all your shelves in place where you want them, you can snap in the hanger supports and install the rod. To further strengthen the closet, mount the hanging tracks in front of a wall stud. If possible, reinforce the tracks with toggle bolts. There you have it, the complete short crash course for getting your new DIY closet organizer up to improve your life and be more organized.

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Do it yourself closet organizer or custom making it, it not an easy task especially if you want to save money by DIY closet organizer of your own. If you need more informations about closet organizers and how it can facilitate you, head down to my closet organizer blog for more informations.

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