Hey all. I'm at a point where I need to store the modest amount of chemicals that I have safely, which is what I have NOT been doing. The chemicals (e.g., acetone, muriatic acid, several spray paint cans, chrome polish, etc.) are currently stored in two old 20-quart coolers on the side of the house that I rent from, but the coolers are starting to crack from age. I know it's been a bone-headed move to still keep them there, so now I'd like to build one, a steel one--now I have a reason for another fabrication project wooo hoooo! :-) If you have any experience with building your own chem storage cabinet, please provide links/photos/suggestions. And thanks, in advance! I'm thinking roughly 40"L x 30"H x 12"D with two shelves will be plenty to store all of the chemicals I have safely, only because I saw a couple of cabinets with these ~ dimensions at a Home Depot and an Orchard Supply store respectively. Not sure of the steel gauge thickness yet, because I'm still researching steel thickness, steel style (e.g., perforated, with pre-formed vents, etc.), double-door options, hinge types, whether to use magnets or other options to secure the doors, what color, etc. But it will have to be a stand-alone piece of equipment, just sitting upright on the side of a house in a shaded area. I'm planning to use my MigWeld 140 for the project.