A DIY shop has a simple solution for making a long, sleek storage chest trunk: You just need a couple of tools and some glue.
But there are a few complications.
The first is the size of the trunk, as well as the thickness.
The Long Swim trunks are meant to fit inside the trunk of your garage door.
They are typically around 10cm wide and 3cm high.
But that doesn’t always work out, and it could lead to an extra 15cm to the trunk or trunk length.
The second problem is the thickness of the glue, which can add up quickly, and can also add a few extra inches to the length.
It’s important to take into account that a small trunk will be more easily supported by the trunk hinge and the trunk latch.
To avoid this, it’s best to use a larger glue and glue the trunk together in a circle or square.
This way the trunk can be supported by more of the hinge and latch, while still maintaining a comfortable, slim profile.
How to make your own long swim trunk from scratchThe solution is simple: Cut out the template you want to use, and make a copy of it with your glue.
Then you can cut out the parts you need to glue onto it.
The parts are cut out with a kitchen scissors, and the part that will actually fit inside is cut from a 4mm thick sheet of polypropylene.
You then cut out one section at a time, then glue each section into place using the glue.
Then you can glue the whole thing back together using the same glue, and you’re done!
The trunk can then be stored inside a garage door using the hinges and latch.