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Cubby Organizer Kit Assembly

EZ Closet Kit Cubbys are versatile and extremely useful.  Here is how they should be put together.

Tools you will need

  • Safety Glasses
  • A hand drill
  • An 1/8th inch drill bit
  • A stud finder
  • A #2 square drive bit
  • Level

What’s included

  • 4 side panels (2 top and 2 bottom)
  • 6 shelves (3 pre-drilled)
  • 12 shelf pegs
  • 12, 2in washer head screws
  • 3, 3in washer head screws

Step 1:

Using your 1/8th in. drill, drill thru Bottom Panels lowest peg holes that you wish to place a shelf. (must be below the middle shelf)

Cubby Step 1

Step 2:

Lay bottom panel and a shelf on their sides, and line up 2in. screws with the shelves that have pilot holes, thru the holes you drilled in the lower panel.

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Note: the “grooved” side of the panel should be facing away from the shelf as seen above.

Tighten screws until flush with the surface.

Step 3:

Align the bottom panel with a top panel, and a shelf. Insert 2in. screws and loosely start.

NOTE: do not tighten screws completely until cubby is assembled, this leaves room for manipulation of cubby, so that the other shelves can be screwed in square.

Cubby Step 3

Step 4:

Now align shelves pilot holes with the holes on the top panel, and insert screws.

Tighten screws until flush with the surface.

Step 5:

To attach  the other side’s “side panels”, repeat steps 2 through 4.

Cubby Step 5

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Then fully tighten screws to top and bottom shelves, snug middle shelves’ screws until barely loose.

Step 6:

Stand up your partially assembled cubby system, adjust the side panels to where they meet flush with each other and have no gap between them, then fully tighten the screws (both sides).

Cubby Step 6

Step 7:

Using your stud finder, locate the studs, (typically 16 inches apart from each other) and secure cubby system to at least 1 stud by screwing 3in. Screw thru the top, middle, and bottom shelves into the studs.  If  a wall stud cannot be located, use a drywall anchor according to manufacturer’s  recommendations.

Step 8:

Insert shelf pegs at desired shelf locations, insert shelf by resting one end first, then tapping the other end into place. Pegs should be resting in the notches on the bottom of the shelves.

Shelves can always be removed and relocated.

Cubby Step 8