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Stoneware storage rack

cooking.with.ann

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I hate to mention the E-word (EBAY), but there is a woodworker on Ebay who makes wood storage racks for the stoneware, and they are great! Especially now that ours is discontinued. I contacted the seller to see about having a custom rack made to fit my storage space, she was very nice, accommodating, and the rack is fantastic! I just ordered a second rack from her for the other shelf that I use to store my stoneware (yep, I have too much stoneware--oh, wait, can you have too much PC anything?). Because my storage shelves are overhead I had her put screw holes in the rack so that I can secure it to my shelf, which worked well for me. No extra charge.

her seller id is 68vwbug. I had her make me a 34" rack, 12 sets of dowels, and the price was about $24 or $25. Shipping was about $8.

anyway, I just wanted to put the information out there in case anyone else needs something like it.

I may need a third rack just to store simple additions!

Ann
 

soonerchef

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Oh wow!! That is awesome, I have 2 large cabinets dedicated to all of my stones and would love something like that.
 

The_Kitchen_Guy

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soonerchef said:
Oh wow!! That is awesome, I have 2 large cabinets dedicated to all of my stones and would love something like that.
You know, it really takes stones to...oh never mind. I'm not going there.

I need to figure out how to store all mine, too, so I'm going to contact the woodworker. When it comes to woodworking, I can cut a piece of wood three times and it's still too short.
 

cooking.with.ann

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The_Kitchen_Guy said:
You know, it really takes stones to...oh never mind. I'm not going there.

I need to figure out how to store all mine, too, so I'm going to contact the woodworker. When it comes to woodworking, I can cut a piece of wood three times and it's still too short.

I have the same problem, if I can manage to make 3 cuts in the wood before I'm bleeding!

That's why I don't have any powertools!

Ann
 
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