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To provide the illusion of no supports, drifting racks are protected on the wall surface utilizing cleats. These are strips of wood practically the length of the rack that are drilled right into the wall studs in such a way that the racks fit perfectly over them. To make cleats, you'll need to gauge for cleat thickness exactly. Action the inside length of the door, from top to base, along with the exact size. Cut a 2- x 4-inch piece of timber at the same size as the cleat. Then fine-tune the other measurements for height.