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With the way things are going, you should buy a couple hundred.
Indeed. That's why I'm making them from Amazon delivery boxes. Cut the pieces with the bandsaw, laminate them double thick for strength. Wood glue the pieces together. Masking tape all exposed edges. Spray paint white. You can get ideas on Utube.
Do NOT waste your money on brown first-in-first-out (FIFO) rack at Amazon, showing Coke cans, 2 pak, under $20. Cans roll off top shelf, drop, then turn about 45 degrees and bind up.
Just read the reviews on that one (and a video) and they are plagued with a variety of problems.
And you need to think about where you want to put them.Most of the FIFO stuff is better than 16" deep and that is way to hell and gone deeper than standard kitchen cabinets.
I'm a prepper, so I'd need about 300 of them. No thanks.
Wifey purchased the wire rack like what is pictured. My complaint with it is that it is a pain to use it as a *First in, first out* rack the way it is placed on a shelf in the pantry. Oh, and you can not see the labels of the cans that are not in the front row. Buyer beware.
I built one out of masonite and 1x2s in shop class in high school it was sized to fit between the fridge and wall in the corner of the kitchen...my parents moved less than 2 years later...re: milton f. The idea is to have one type of can per row, not mix and match.