There's a saying that a picture is worth a thousand words and this guide on building rotating shelves for organized can storage is proof of this. This guide is very brief but the pictures make it the only guide that you need to ensure that your canned goods are organized. It's a must that you recognize the benefits of storing a lot of canned goods. After all, they can help save your life during emergency situations.
Yes, a lot of people are stocking up on canned goods for emergency situations. Think of hurricanes, earthquakes, terrorist attacks and other emergency situations. You'll need food to survive and in an emergency situation, food can't be accessed easily. People who didn't stock up on foods will be hoarding stocks at the supermarket and you won't have anything for your family. That is, if you can even leave home to try and buy them.
With this guide, you can build an organized canned goods storage which won't take up a lot of space. This is because of the design's ingenuity. As you can see in the picture when you remove a can from the bottom, a new one drops in place and new cans are placed on top. They roll off the back and drop into the guides and are stopped by the front block.
The materials in building rotating shelves are easily accessible. In this guide, a 1/4" peg board as the bottom pieces was used since it already has holes drilled. You'll also need some simple pan-head bolts and deck screws to put it all together. Simple, right?
Check out this illustrated guide on building rotating shelves and set up an organized canned goods storage today!