Poles that we hang in the closet are an economical and practical way of organizing. However, we tend to overload them which will inevitably lead to sagging in due time. Fortunately, there are ways to fix this problem, and you can do the project by yourself, with a total cost that would not exceed $10. For the tools, you will need a handsaw and power drill, with a couple of different drill bits. Wooden dowel pins are also needed, and for finishing touches you may consider applying a layer of paint.
- Fixing a closet pole is easy, but you need to be comfortable with an electric drill.
- Bore 1/4? holes and insert dowels, then bore similar holes in plastic, wood or clay beads.
- While your tools are out, you can add supports to any sagging bookcase or cabinet shelves.
“Mark this height on the wood closet pole, then bore a hole in the pole so that the bottom of the hole is at the marked height.”
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