risers in entertainment center
Surely someone else has this problem but I searched and couldnt find a prior post. When my cable box and DVD player are in the entertainment center I have to rise them up a couple inches because there is a wood frame around the glass doors. Otherwise the little ir "eyes"(?) for the remote would be behind wood. I have been using metal cookie tins but this makes both kind of tippy if you touch them or need to move them. Most often the problem is my little granddaughter wants to load her own DVDs, so I let her push the button for the tray to come in and out so I can avoid her touching the actual DVD- that being MY job. So what do other people do? Should I build little wood made to fit shelves or is there an easy solution? Is it better for these hot appliances to sit on wood or metal, I assume wood.
Thanks for your help, Rebecca