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5 Garage Shop Cabinets for Ultimate DIY Storage

Welcome back to Fix This Build That I’m Brad And today we’re gonna be looking at five different cabinets that you can make for the ultimate storage solution in your garage or workshop I’ve been working on this system over the past year and adding cabinets as I went to replace the store-bought cabinets that I had today I’m gonna be adding the final piece to the puzzle and showing you guys the whole modular layout that you can mix and match to Meet your own needs I’m also going to show you some sample layouts that might work for your specific application and ways that you can look to modify it on your own this whole journey started one day when I came out and one of my Wall cabinets that of a store bought had almost fallen completely off the wall After 15 years the particle board had just given into the weight and it just completely failed And so I knew I had to do something about it. I Wanted to build a similar style wall cabinet, but add a ton of extra storage nooks and options and to make them extremely sturdy So that they could last for decades just like my fashion sense Cargo shorts are still cool, right? Anyway my material of choice for all of these cabinets is 3/4 inch Baltic birch It’s a premium plywood that has 11 or more plies And it’s extremely stable with very few if any voids in it now all these cabinets I’ll show you today are a frameless style and they’re put together with pocket hole. Joinery. This makes them quick to assemble and very strong Now for these wall cabinets, I wanted something more than just a couple for with adjustable shelves I made one cabinet to store my finishes in adhesives. I Had big cans small cans spray cans and a host of large and small bottles of accessories to store So I packed a ton of storage options into these cabinets. I Split the cabinet in half with half depth adjustable shelves on each side and The right side was standard shelves that I’d used to put my quart cans of finish and on the left side It got custom spray kyun holders that can take five spray cans on each shelf. I Made both of these shelves half depth so that I could put storage cubbies right onto the doors and have access to everything all at once when I open the doors It’s kind of like the Swiss Army knife of wall cabinets Except without that useless plastic toothpick that you lost the first week you had it Now on the right side, I made a door rack with four shelves that holds up to sixteen pint Kansa finish or stain and on the left side I made a deeper – shelf rack for small glues and accessories on the bottom and then on top of that I put a rack for six tubes of caulk Now for the other wall cabinet I went for larger storage I made a just about vertical cubbies on the bottom that used removable Dividers to configure this space how I need it and it can change with time On the top. I did a more traditional full width shelf But again, I left it half depth so that I could put some storage on the doors there I stored my nitro gloves on one door and I left the other one open for future storage These wall cabinets would be a great first project for your shop You can put those on the wall and then push some of your mobile tools or workbenches right underneath them and wait to add more later now I have a full video that outlines the exact steps that I use to make these as Well as I have plans available for this in all of the projects, I’m going to show today I also have a bundle that I put together to get all them together at one time I’m gonna take a little bit more about that later now To complement the wall cabinets the next obvious choice with some base cabinets I made the base cabinets 30 inches wide just like the wall cabinets The cabinet assembly is very similar to the wall cabinets But one thing I did make sure to do was to keep these shallower than traditional cabinets Now the total depth of these base cabinets is just 20 inches I did this specifically to be used on the side walls of garages that still have cars parking in them So you have a little bit more room to park your car and get around Into those of you with cars and a working wood shop The promise of a nice dining table some built-ins or maybe a new bedroom furniture Might be just the peace-offering you need to get your better half parking outside Good luck my friends Now the big addition to the build for these base cabinets was adding pull out trays as an option This is another one of those accessibility options. That really makes a big difference The construction of the trays is very simple and it makes accessing everything in the cabinet much easier Without having to dig things out and that is always a plus in my mind Now on the other cabinet I left the sliding trays out so that I could show a more traditional option But I did add in some door storage where I put my bottles of glue and then I added another rack for spray can storage as well I Also made a top here for these base cabinets and it’s a layer of 3/4 inch ply That’s wrapped with one-and-a-half inch hard wood trim It’s also got some three-quarter inch blocking underneath to help attach it to the cabinets and make sure everything stays level Now making a run of three of these cameras would actually be a really great use of material as well Each of these are 30 inches. So three of them together would be ninety inches, which is just under eight feet So then you can have an eight-foot piece of plywood Cut down for the top and use all that very efficiently If you want to set up a whole wall for a miter station and storage set up you could do a run of three cabinets have the miter saw in there and then another run of three cabinets and that’s going to give you eight feet on either side of The miter saw for support for the wart, that would be a really awesome setup I have individual videos for the base cabinets as well as the next piece that I added in the garage workbench desk now for the workbench I wanted to have an option that could be a standalone workspace for the tightest of garages like a one car garage or a garage with the worst of all situations Kid toy takeover now I’ve managed to contain Ktt To a small corner of my garage shop over the years But if left unchecked it can grow like a virus and infect even the best of us If ktt is affecting you you are not alone go ahead and get subscribed and we can fight it together now Let me know in the comments on a scale of one to ten. How bad your ktt is or If you’ve managed to somehow miraculously fit it off We can win this war together And the workbench starts with two 15-inch base cabinets that each have five drawers Now if you’ve never built drawers before this is a great project to start with and practice for adding them to furniture in the future The drawers can be sized any way that you’d like, but I went with too small to medium in one deep drawer It’s turned out nicely and it gives me a variety of options which you know, I love Now I love doors and drawers to keep things neat and tidy But having some open hanging space for easy access to your most used tools is also great So I decided to recreate the pegboard hutch for my stock cabinets before Adding an integrated four foot shop light makes this a great spot to sit and do some planning work or work on electronics or other delicate tasks that you want to sit down for Now workbench like this could be used alone or integrated with other cabinets and the hutch could be removed and replaced with wall cabinets But the one thing that I found myself doing was storing more things underneath than I was really sitting there in doing planning So what I realized is I need the last piece of the puzzle, which is a three drawer cabinet to go in the well Where I was sitting for the workbench, let’s take a look at that Another 30 inch base cabinet will fit perfectly in between those other two cabinets on the bottom And I won’t have a dedicated video for this one So I’ll show a few more of the steps here, but building the carcass is the same as the other 30 inch base cabinets The main difference here is making those large drawers which will replace any of the shelves that I had in the other ones Now this process is the same as the five drawer cabinets, but as the drawers get bigger You do need to make sure that they’re sized right in that they are square and true during assembly And while I’m building and mounting these drawers let’s talk about today’s sponsor skill share a skill share is a learning community where you can take thousands of different courses in creative in different entrepreneurial skills a premium membership gives you access to all of these classes and you can use them to build your skill set or to just explore an area that you’ve been curious about I Found a class called fundamentals of photo editing by Justin bridges and that was a great one for me because personally I do a ton of photo editing being in content creation He does a great job walking through the editing process and also tells you what to think about before and during the shoot that helps Make editing easier I Learned a few new tricks in Lightroom that I didn’t know before and I need to go back and watch it again to pull out A few more details that I didn’t quite get the first time you can get an annual subscription to skill share for less than $10 a month and like I said that gives you access to all of the classes but as a viewer of my channel skill share is Gonna be offering a free two month trial There’s a link down below in the description go check that out and then you can see if this is right for you. Thanks, Skillshare Now with the drawers built and installed I remove them and drilled for the adjustable feet I use threaded inserts and carriage bolts to give adjustability to each corner of the cabinet You can also forget other toe kicks altogether and build the cabinet’s three inches shorter Then use a 2×4 base that you could shim and level all as one piece for longer runs of cabinets This might be a little bit easier Now after I install the fronts and cabinet hardware, I moved the having it over for install You can see here how the modular nature works you can add and subtract from the set up fairly easily I did need to detach the far cabinet to get everything aligned just right and I screwed the cabinet’s together once they were in place As I mentioned I have plans available for all these components You can buy them individually or you can get a discount for all of them I put together a bundle for 30% off and you’ll be able to get the plans for everything that you see here Just check the link below in the description and to get your juices flowing here are a few examples setups using all the cabinets I’ll be including these layouts and more in the modular garage cabinet bundle as well So whether you’re a door guy or a drawer gal, you can find the exact setup for you That’s going to best fit your needs and your style if you do want to check out the individual builds for these other projects I’ve got the playlist queued up for you right there and they’re all in there so you can check them out if you want the Plans like I mentioned they are right down below check them out I’d really appreciate the support until next time guys get out there and build something awesome


Dave Rowe

Sep 9, 2019, 9:53 pm Reply

Brad – you are one of the best out there – got the bundle and moving to a new/old state and new house next weekend so hopefully over the winter a new shop will appear???


Sep 9, 2019, 9:57 pm Reply

Can't knock the cargo shorts, they'll be in my closet forever.


Sep 9, 2019, 10:06 pm Reply

I really enjoy your videos. Learning a lot and sometimes when im lacking motivation, 1 or 2 of your videos and im back out in the workshop. Keep up the great work

ralf neri

Sep 9, 2019, 10:10 pm Reply

Mano sou seu fã, que pena q não entendo nada que vc fala kkkkk .
Parabéns pelo trabalho…


Sep 9, 2019, 10:12 pm Reply

are you able to source 4×8 sheets of baltic birch? I can only get 5×5 sheets here in Greensboro NC

Martin O

Sep 9, 2019, 10:15 pm Reply

Great build can never have enough storage

Tim Wasson

Sep 9, 2019, 10:20 pm Reply

I’ve had KTT for 12 years now. It’s been getting progressively worse.

Lane House

Sep 9, 2019, 10:49 pm Reply

I work in my garage, and my wife is the one who constantly says she can just park outside. But I hate leaving my car outside of the garage over night.


Sep 9, 2019, 10:55 pm Reply


Frank Dee

Sep 9, 2019, 11:25 pm Reply

Nice work?. Cargo shorts and polo shirts all I ware and stone wash jeans. Yes born in late 60's.

Kirtlon Cashie

Sep 9, 2019, 11:37 pm Reply

C'mon dude you're just showing off ??great job, I'm not good with pocket holes, any tips!

Bill M

Sep 9, 2019, 11:44 pm Reply

You did an awesome job on those cabinets! I’ll be getting those plans for sure! ?? Thanks a million for sharing!

Kevin Griffin

Sep 9, 2019, 12:21 am Reply

The KTT fight is real. Actively fighting it myself.

Let’s Make

Sep 9, 2019, 1:15 am Reply

Cargo shorts are very cool! All those pockets are very practical! ?

Joe Gravelle

Sep 9, 2019, 1:21 am Reply

Are you using 5’x5’ BB or getting it in 4×8 sheets? Also curious what you’re paying per sheet

Kris Chute

Sep 9, 2019, 1:43 am Reply

These are great. Thank you


Sep 9, 2019, 2:07 am Reply


Walkers Woodworks

Sep 9, 2019, 3:09 am Reply

Awesome video man. Well organized. I definitely need to build more cabinets in the shop.

Mac Smith

Sep 9, 2019, 3:14 am Reply

KTT took over my garage. So I built a shop. Now the spill over has encroached on my shop too. KTT is incurable and it will be the death of me?

Mike Regan

Sep 9, 2019, 3:40 am Reply

I'm too old for KTT but WCT (Wife Crap Takeover) is an issue.


Sep 9, 2019, 3:54 am Reply

Sweet work there Brad. You inspire me to get my workshop storage sorted out…

Frederick Kaludis

Sep 9, 2019, 3:59 am Reply

I am infected by Wifeys Christmas Crap syndrome.

Fresh off the Saw

Sep 9, 2019, 4:00 am Reply

I fought KTT off by not having kids because of my cargo shorts! ?

Rob Robertson

Sep 9, 2019, 4:25 am Reply

"to get your better half parking outside" – 🙂 good luck with that 🙂

Alex Cue

Sep 9, 2019, 4:27 am Reply

My KTT is around 4-5 right now, but my older daughter is 2 and my other daughter is 3 months. I feel that the KTT will become much worse over time! I only have one stall in our three-stall garage, so I try to keep that stall sancrosact. Hopefully wall storage will tame the KTT but I'd love to see videos on wall storage for wagons, B.O.B. strollers (or the like), and other parental "necessories" ?

Aialwabal Wabel

Sep 9, 2019, 4:39 am Reply

Very very good work go on and on ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐?

Raees Iqbal

Sep 9, 2019, 7:39 am Reply

please do a bedside cabinet


Sep 9, 2019, 7:51 am Reply

7:58 It's "editing" not ediling! Also "community" not communily…..LOL

Tyler Burton

Sep 9, 2019, 7:57 am Reply

KTT = 0…

No kids… Yet

Ding Bat

Sep 9, 2019, 8:58 am Reply

WCT (Wife Cr*p Takeover), on a scale of 1 to 10: 49! ?


Sep 9, 2019, 9:10 am Reply

wicked video man! loved it, just a tip on the drawers, don't put the handles in the middle, always put them a bit above the middle so when you're looking down on them they will look in the middle rather than lower than they actually are.

Jack Wooldridge

Sep 9, 2019, 9:22 am Reply

K.T.T level = 0 or 1000?

I’ve got my own 20ft shipping container workshop, however I’m only 14 years old so are my tools “kids toys”?

Denny A

Sep 9, 2019, 1:14 pm Reply

KTT is a growing problem. Many of us are suffering from this illness. We need to start a foundation to help.

Simmu Borgir

Sep 9, 2019, 2:23 pm Reply

This is why this Chanel is one of my favourite ones?? most of your builds are awesome.

Angie Williams

Sep 9, 2019, 2:28 pm Reply

Looks like a great set of plans I love the look of your shop.

D Rodgers

Sep 9, 2019, 3:05 pm Reply

KTT? the struggle is real! I use my tandem garage for a shop (front half) and then KTT took over my wife’s spot so we both park outside, for now…..

Crimson A Workshop

Sep 9, 2019, 4:06 pm Reply

Hey man, great video! I’m also in the Nashville area, in Franklin. Where do you get your Baltic birch plywood?

Stihl_man Chainsaw

Sep 9, 2019, 5:11 pm Reply

Where do you buy Baltic Birch?

Jared English

Sep 9, 2019, 5:13 pm Reply

KTT now that is funny.

Clyde Decker

Sep 9, 2019, 5:32 pm Reply

Looks GREAT! You'll have to bring the plywood with you when you come, since NOTHING near that quality is available within 100 miles….or more… I'll have coffee waiting. I have a 25×25 garage waiting for you. It has no shelves or cabinets so you can wing it when you come. Should only take a day or two to unload the garage and we'll be all set….Give me a call when you're ready! Looking good.

Small Workshop Guy

Sep 9, 2019, 7:17 pm Reply

Absolutely fantastic editing, humor and everything else. You definitely produce some of the best videos ever! Keep up the great work – whole bunch of us out here need your help.

Alexandre Freire

Sep 9, 2019, 7:34 pm Reply

My KTT ratio is zero. Then again, I don't have any kids, so… But my DTT is about 70% because my dog is my master.

Dante Velasquez

Sep 9, 2019, 8:04 pm Reply

Excellent. There is nothing like custom. and particle board is such crap lol


Sep 9, 2019, 8:38 pm Reply

Awesome video as usual. Thanks. What finish did you apply to the Baltic Birch? I like the look of it.

Hugo Alfredo Ordóñez Chocano

Sep 9, 2019, 8:44 pm Reply


Un gran cambio en el taller. Todo en su lugar y bien ordenado. Se pierde mucho tiempo buscando dónde están las cosas.

Y eso de tener lugar para los botes de pintura, o los adhesivos de calafateo en las puertas, es un gran ahorro de espacio.

Me gustó mucho el mueble con los paneles verticales movibles. Hay mejor aprovechamiento.

Un saludo desde Guatemala.

Yossi Yaari

Sep 9, 2019, 8:47 pm Reply

did you consider making the drawer unit you put in the seating portion of the desk, as a roll out cart? that would have given you both storage, and kept the option of sitting at the desk.


Sep 9, 2019, 3:57 am Reply

Some dont have to deal with ktt at all. The answer is to have nerdy kids

John Hickey

Sep 9, 2019, 4:59 am Reply

For me, I just built a small shed for out back to store all of our KTT.

Remarkable Woodworks

Sep 9, 2019, 5:23 am Reply

Solid video, Brad! Love the yield of material on the tops. Having 8’ on either side of the saw would be a dream!


Sep 9, 2019, 6:29 am Reply

I'm suffering from a level 7 K.T.T. Thank you for creating a place to speak about this.. and no shame in the cargo shorts game! ?


Sep 9, 2019, 9:10 am Reply

Ive managed to avoid K.T.T. with my 1 simple life hack.. By never having kids..

Also, Cargo shorts will never go out of style!!


Sep 9, 2019, 9:14 am Reply

KTT level 0.5… bike only… other toys are meant for outdoors and that is where they stay… if they get ruined then they get tossed

Walter Hlewicki

Sep 9, 2019, 3:50 pm Reply

I wear them everyday!


Sep 9, 2019, 6:54 pm Reply

Sometimes i feel i need more cabinets to store the tools i need to make the cabinets. It's a Zen thing

pam carr

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Sep 9, 2019, 8:33 pm Reply

Wait – they make shorts different styles other than cargo shorts???? That fad won't last.

Katie Kelley

Sep 9, 2019, 9:10 pm Reply

I think the last one I would have made so it was on casters and could pull out and still use the desk when needed.


Sep 9, 2019, 9:14 pm Reply

I still have in my 20 year old Swiss army knife the tweezers pen toothpick eyeglass screwdriver and the straight pin

ryan buchman

Sep 9, 2019, 9:19 pm Reply

Wall cabnets what size ply is yhe backer boards 1/4 or did you ho with 3/4 all yhe way around ? I need to build some cabnets for my shop and been going back and forth on how i want to build them

Anthony Audain

Sep 9, 2019, 10:42 pm Reply


Paul Goess

Sep 9, 2019, 12:25 am Reply

Love the crickets. Love the build. I am going to tackle this project in my garage (soon, I swear).

BK Makes

Sep 9, 2019, 2:57 am Reply

I’ve never used “beautiful” to describe shop cabinets, but beautiful man… …and cargo shorts 4EVA!

Shaun Chapman

Sep 9, 2019, 3:42 am Reply

Brad,nice job on the cabinets

Sarah Nicole

Sep 9, 2019, 4:13 am Reply

I’m in love with these cabinets! I love the idea of being able to really maximize storage space so well like that! Nice build!

Doug Beach

Sep 9, 2019, 12:44 pm Reply

KTT! The struggle is real! I spend time clearing a path to my workbench for every project. They just creep back in

Robert Good Rob Smith

Sep 9, 2019, 1:59 pm Reply

Cargo shorts a the best! Just upgrade to the stretch material shorts.

Mark Arnold

Sep 9, 2019, 2:09 pm Reply

Good, good stuff right here!

Mark Simoneau

Sep 9, 2019, 3:38 pm Reply

I've managed to fend off KTT with a mini "Bike garage" that actually serves as a work surface on the other side. Keeps the bikes totally out of the way and slightly less dusty while also giving me back the wall space and some additional vertical storage above the bikes.

James Sager

Sep 9, 2019, 3:44 pm Reply

Awesome job, subscribed and looking for more ideas


Sep 9, 2019, 7:14 pm Reply

K.T.T. = 8 – Bikes, tricycles, wagons, scooters, bubble mowers, strollers… 🙁

Chas Semple

Sep 9, 2019, 7:18 pm Reply

I have a nearly terminal case of KTT.

Jordan Frank

Sep 9, 2019, 7:23 pm Reply

These look great. I particularly LOVE the layout for your paint/spray/glue cabinet.

Tom Atha

Sep 9, 2019, 7:28 pm Reply

Love your builds and videos. For those of us woodworking on a budget could you work out some kind of deal with Home Depot, Lowes, or Menards for discounts on cabinet grade plywood? I drool over your cabinet builds all of the time but when I price out the plywood to make them I quickly get shot down by the CFO (aka wife).

Mustard Made

Sep 9, 2019, 8:00 pm Reply

Hey Brad, nice video. Is that Amana countersink bit worth $33? Just curious as I really want it, but seems like a steep price…

Morten Mortensen

Sep 9, 2019, 8:39 pm Reply

Cargo shorts are great although its are getting harder to find decent ones now! 🙂

Tyg Rahof

Sep 9, 2019, 10:05 pm Reply

Like the idea of stuff on the doors as regular cabinets with full shelves rarely get the top shelf used or it is where stuff goes to be forgotten and die.

Mike Broom

Sep 9, 2019, 12:22 am Reply

Bruh. This is the first of your videos I've seen. If you're going to have the sponsor spot during assembly, make it smaller so we can actually see what you're doing.


Sep 9, 2019, 2:11 am Reply

KTT? my work space suffers from this condition. A two car garage with a better half that refuses to park outside so everything is mobile. Love the video and cabinets!!

WB Fine Woodworking

Sep 9, 2019, 3:16 pm Reply

I wear cargo shorts and cargo pants all the time. As for as I’m concerned they’ll never go out of style unless I can’t find them anymore. Your cabinets look great. When I get some time, most likely not until next year, I plan to make some for my shop. I’ll keep your plans in mind for that project.


Sep 9, 2019, 7:19 pm Reply

KTT! It's officially a thing! We get it! and we have it, too. A shed might help!

Craig Monteforte

Sep 9, 2019, 12:10 am Reply

Very nice build on the cabinets i spent over 20 years working in Commercial Woodworking for m living and we built a similar Cabinet except we used dowels and glue and screws for assembly and some staples we did fabricate most of our components using. A premium grade Melamine over the 20 years. I never saw one of our cabinets. Come apart the way your store bought ones did Of course. I also used our cabinets in my own shops and garages as well and even when they were grossly overloaded they held up over time we did however use Baltic Birch on all our drawers for added strength and our customers could pay more for cabinets made out of it if they chose nobody ever did as our standard cabinets exceeded AWI specs and the company was in business over 30 years in the same area and most of the customers and Architects knew our products And quality as well as had toured our facility at one time or another i managed the Installation department for most of my years there as i once had done installation myself and enjoyed working in that part of the business I could go into the shop if it was needed as i. Did know how to work a lot of the equipment minus all the CNC equipment primarily i built using a Sliding Table Saw or a more traditional 10” table saw in which our 100,0000 square foot shop had many of

eric strobel

Sep 9, 2019, 9:15 pm Reply

KTT is at 10.5


Sep 9, 2019, 11:43 am Reply

I need to get me some of those 90 degree clamps, getting pocket to line up is a challenge! Excellent job nothing beats making your own

Darryl Brook

Sep 9, 2019, 6:33 am Reply

Big KTT heaps 100+

Gene Jordan

Sep 9, 2019, 10:31 am Reply

This was a great video and buying the set of plans was a cost effective no brainer. They will come in handy immediately for my basement and in the future in my workshop made from shopping containers.


Sep 9, 2019, 5:49 pm Reply

What is that tool at (7:08) ????

Southern Style DIY

Sep 9, 2019, 4:53 am Reply

So many awesome storage options! Makes so much more room for activities

Matt Arenz

Sep 9, 2019, 2:55 pm Reply

Custom wood bent crib for our daughter was enough for my better half to park outside!

Matt Stout

Oct 10, 2019, 6:34 am Reply

If my wife or kids leave anything in the shop err garage I make sure to run my planer without dust collection right next to said items. Works everytime.


Oct 10, 2019, 5:06 pm Reply

Yes cargo shorts are still in, but then I am 55 so may not be the fashion guru you are.

Quentin Sherratt

Oct 10, 2019, 4:02 pm Reply


little Brother

Oct 10, 2019, 7:50 pm Reply

KTT! Awesome!!!!????? One new subscriber for you???

Steve Madigan

Oct 10, 2019, 9:47 pm Reply

I have looked to try to by the Baltic birch, any idea's where I can get this product???? I have looked locally and nothing. No big box stores sell this product. Idea's??????

Landoslice 495

Oct 10, 2019, 11:13 am Reply

I got ktt it's over a million

Woodshop Mike

Oct 10, 2019, 5:34 pm Reply

Cargo shorts forever bro!

Tim Thomas

Oct 10, 2019, 4:11 pm Reply

I have the WORST K.T.T. One son, has a motorhome, a truck, car, long trailer, 2 motorcycles and half the attic space. The other, finds things and brings them home in his truck. A giant bird cage, a set of weights, an old gun safe (for me) and etc. When the garage gets cluttered, they ALL tell me, "It's your shop, you clean it up." That's where we are today. They act like they are doing ME a favor by getting this stuff. With the full kitchen remodel coming up, they know that I have to get it done before I can do the kitchen. Oh well. How's that saying go?? "Gotta love the baby." Except my oldest son is 33.


Oct 10, 2019, 4:39 pm Reply

Wait, cargo shorts aren’t in??!!??

Bike Life

Oct 10, 2019, 8:01 pm Reply

10 kta

Dave Peterson

Oct 10, 2019, 2:11 am Reply

kit is a 10…

jembatan dunia jeda

Oct 10, 2019, 1:02 pm Reply

My Indonesia, sangat suka susunan alat dan perlengkapannya komplit

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