Project Overview

Give your Dad an awesome place to store and display his favourite BBQ tools with this easy-to-make BBQ tool rack.

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Step by Step Instructions

1 Cut the adhesive
2 Stick down the adhesive
3 Fold over the edges
4 Mark the tool positions
5 Attach in the knobs
6 Attach the screw eyes
7 Tie the string across
  • Step 1. Cut the adhesive

    Line up your adhesive against the board and get an adult to help you cut it to size. Make sure your leave a little extra to fold over the edges.
  • Step 2. Stick down the adhesive

    Peel back a small strip of the adhesive and place the sticky side to your board. Slowly peel back the adhesive as you lower the board on top.
  • Step 3. Fold over the edges

    Smooth over any lumps as you make your way down the full surface of the board. Then cut the corners of the adhesive and fold over the edges.
  • Step 4. Mark the tool positions

    Lay out your BBQ tools on the board and mark where you want to them to hang.
  • Step 5. Attach in the knobs

    Ask an adult to help you drill some guide holes for the three mushroom knobs.Then screw the three mushroom knobs into position.
  • Step 6. Attach the screw eyes

    Turn the board over and line up the two screw eyes on either side at the top. Make sure they are square and carefully screw them in place.
  • Step 7. Tie the string across

    Now just tie some string through the eyelets and you’re ready to hang it up.

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