I need to build a rack to hold many pairs of shoes. Each cubby-hole will be
about 12 w x 12 d x 8 h (inches).
My question is about materials. In N. California, we see no snow at the
coast, but the winter sees some rain, so wet shoes should be expected.
Easiest is to just strip plywood verticals 12 " wide and cut shelves to fit
in notched locations. But I'm concerned about pooled water causing damage.
I have no spraying capability, and handling paint, shellacs and other
oil-based materials is not desirable.
Someone suggested cedar, due to its good water-resistance properties, but
this could be costly.
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