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To offer the illusion of no supports, drifting racks are safeguarded on the wall using cleats. These are strips of timber nearly the size of the rack that are drilled into the wall studs as though the shelves fit completely over them. To make cleats, you'll need to determine for cleat thickness precisely. Measure the inside size of the door, inside out, as well as the precise size. Cut a 2- x 4-inch piece of wood at the same size as the cleat. Then tweak the other dimensions for elevation.