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Closet shelf collapsed, dummy's guide to repairing it?
Precursor: I'm not constructionally(?) inclined, at all.
That said, last night, my closet shelf(and three boxes of books stacked on top of it), came crashing down. Imagine the mess.
I'm not entirely sure how to repair it.
There's one bracket still on the right, the center and left ones tore right out of the wall.
What do I need to replace them and get the shelf back up? The easiest(and ideally idiot proof) method is welcome.
I was thinking maybe some shelf brackets that screw into the wall and putting the shelf on those, but I have no idea if that'd work. The wall is drywall, I think, if that helps.
Thanks in advance.