Laundry rack – Whether you have delicate you have to line dry or you simply want to save energy, reduce electricity costs and dry your clothes carefully by building your own laundry rack. While many Laundry racks using wooden dowels that can snag your clothing, the PVC pipes a smooth surface to keep your clothes when wet or dry. Using PVC can build a laundry rack about an hour. This one has eight arms for drying; it folds flat for storage when not in use.
Ideas for build laundry rack, Measure and cut your PVC four 3-foot lengths, three 33-inch lengths and 16 1-foot lengths. Arrange four of 1-foot tubes in a line. Connect the pipes on the differences between them by means of three T-shaped connector with the stem of each T extending on the same side at each connection. Apply PVC cement, if desired, connections and pipes to secure them. Lay two legs ground units in parallel with T stems are in. Set 3-foot pipe between the legs like steps on a ladder. Lay two remaining leg units on the ground as in the steps and connect them together with a 33-inch tube pieces by means of cement as desired. Attach a tube cap to the two lower ends of the rack.
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Release the remaining 3-foot pipe through slip tees as 33-inch wide rack can swing the pipe. Lim does not slip tees. Slip an angled connection at each end of said tube with the open end facing downwards. Secure connections with cement if you like. Slide open top end of your 3-foot rack in the downward facing open ends of the elbow connector. Secure with cement, if desired. Squat laundry rack with the bottoms of the two halves is pulled away from each other to form an upside-down V shape.