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I use 6 level nail polish racks on an old multi level bookshelf which holds 10 racks with room between the racks for mixes, bases, scale and other mixing supplies. No idea where my picture of it is though
I have a closet in that room where I store my finished juice. It is also storage for my large bottles of flavorings, my VG and PG, and fresh empty bottles. The black drawer thingy at the end of the table is full of 240ml and up bottles of flavors that I used most. Some overflow on top of it.
Two more flavor racks will be on the table with FLV, INW, MF, Loranns, and any new flavors I buy. Everything is in alphabetical order. There is an overhead light in the shelf, along with a towel rack. It’s really an organized mess, especially if you saw my closet when I was selling juice
I’m thinking something like this,for me.Closet door opens right next to my mixing area, and when closed, light degradation becomes a non issue. Unit will have it’s own backing and there will be a way to latch another panel to the front,for transport if necessary.
Ya know,I said would be for flavors for me,but, would work pretty well for your finished product too. Shelves are adjustable so, smaller bottles of vg/pg, scale,empty bottles,etc. up to 25lbs. with that particular model.
Lol. I was thinking some 3/8" thick slats from Menards might work. I think they are like 3/8" x 1-1/2" x 5’ or 6’ long. Little carpenter’s glue and some finish nails. Then add some 1/4" dowels to hold the bottles in. Might be a fun little project
Here are some pics of the underside of the layback trays I use in the fridge. If you make them suit a cabinet that you already have it will save you a bit of time remember in your calculations to leave room for the drawer runners.
I used 40mm x 40mm Aluminium (yes that is how we spell it in Australia)