Do you have a lot of batteries that you want to put away but don’t have anywhere to put them? If so, then a wall-mounted battery storage case might be just the thing for you. It’s easy to make and will help keep your batteries out of sight. In this article, we’ll show you how to make one:
Step 1: Cut Your Wood To Size
To begin, you’ll need to measure the space where your batteries will be. Once you’ve determined their dimensions, cut your wood to size. If you don’t have a table saw or miter saw, ask someone at the hardware store for help with this step. The keys here are to make sure that each piece is cut to the correct size and that all of them fit together properly when assembled into one big box. Measure twice and cut once–it’s better to have too much than not enough!
Step 2: Glue and nail the sides to the back
For this step, you’re going to use a strong glue and nails. You want the sides and back to be straight and sturdy so that your battery case can stand up on its own once it’s finished.
Step 3: Place the plywood bottom on top of all four sides, then secure it with nails or screws through each side into the bottom piece. On both walls, measure down from where you installed your hinges and make marks at that height on all four sides (you can use tape for this). Install two 1-inch hinges on each wall at these marks so that they are facing out when closed (these will be visible when you open your case).
Step 3: Screw in your hinge
Now it’s time to attach the hinges. You’ll need a screw that’s long enough to go through your first piece of wood and into the second piece, but make sure it doesn’t protrude past the edge of either board. Using a drill bit, mark where you want your screws to go so they can penetrate both pieces of wood at once.
Step 4: Attach Your Hinge
Step 4: Stain and varnish your box
When your box is finished, you can stain and varnish the outside of it. Use a quality stain with a high-quality varnish to keep your case looking nice for years to come.
Let them dry for at least 24 hours, then you can install them in your home or business!
Step 5: Screw in your battery storage case holder
Now you can screw in your battery storage case holder.
- Mark and drill two holes on opposite sides of where you want the holder to go using a masonry bit. Make sure that they are big enough for your screws to fit through – but not too big or they will crack through the wall!
- Attach your holder with screws and add some silicone caulk around it to ensure that no moisture gets into either compartment (or where the metal touches).
You can use a wall-mounted battery case to store batteries out of sight.
If you’re like most people, you probably have a number of batteries in your home. They can be heavy, expensive and dangerous. You need to store them somewhere where they won’t get damaged or too hot. A wall-mounted battery case is the perfect solution for this problem.
You can use a wall-mounted battery case to store all kinds of batteries out of sight while keeping them safe and secure so they won’t get damaged or begin leaking acid on your walls or floors!
Now the last thing to do is screw in your battery storage case holder. You can also use this method to store other items such as toolboxes or even spices!