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Thread: Quick Project - Closet Belt Hanger

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Johnson View Post
    More than 2 belts???? What on earth for??? Black and brown does it all.
    To many choices.
    David
    I have one that's reversible, black on one side brown on the other.
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    Well done, Glenn!!!
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    Don't beat yourself up Jim, that is one functional and pretty belt holder. Getting those holes drilled the same angle on an even plane is not an easy feat by any stretch of the imagination. My only problem with the two types of belt holders shown, I don't have that style of buckle on my belts. I just hang them over my mirror on my dresser. Heck, only two of them fit me now anyway!
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    Well done Glenn! You used the basic KISS rule of any good design
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