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Four Ways to Use Epoxy Shelving in the Home
A lot of people look at ‘epoxy shelving’ and assume that it’s the kind of heavy-duty stuff you only see in factories or restaurants.
While you’re not wrong for thinking that, the truth is that there’s actually a lot of ways you can use it around the house for safe storage of items that can resist even the crummiest conditions.
The resilient epoxy coating allows it to withstand cold and moisture while working to inhibit rust and germs, making them a durable and safe option for storage of things you don’t want bothered by bacteria or temperature changes.
Sounds pretty good, right? Here’s four ways to use them around the house:
Food storage: Rust-proof epoxy shelving is a common sight in a lot of restaurants, stores, and the like for its ability to safely store food under a lot of conditions. The benefits here are two-fold: the epoxy coating helps reduce the spread of germs and helps to prevent the shelf itself from rusting, which could begin to spread to canned goods and anything else stored on the shelf. If you have big pantries that need extra storage space, or if you have space in the garage you keep extra food or beverages, epoxy shelves could be the perfect solution. (Especially if you pair them with canned food organizers for additional storage.)
Basement & garage shelving: In a similar vein, epoxy shelving can also stand up to tough conditions you might encounter in basements or unheated garages. This can come in especially handy for basements that counter a lot of moisture or humidity, as the epoxy coating makes it especially resilient to rust and corrosion, as well as garages that need to store a lot of chemicals and/or more bulky car parts that need somewhere safe to go when not in use.
Houseplants: These days, everyone has a potted plant or two that they want to keep alive. Epoxy shelves are a good call for house plants of any kind for a number of reasons. The open wire design helps light and air flow through, and the epoxy coating will help stop the shelves from rusting in case you get a little overeager with the watering. (Not that you’ve done that...right?)
Safe kitchen storage: The resilient design of epoxy shelving allows for a perfect place to keep things in the kitchen like cooking utensils, pots and pans, or even dishes while they’re drying or not in use. If you have bulkier kitchen goods that need a new home, epoxy shelves can help keep them safer than they would be hanging on the walls or buried in a cabinet somewhere.