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  • p. w.

    Laundry Room- DIY drying rack- folds flush when not in use, additional hanging room from knobs below

  • Katie Williams

    DIY laundry drying rack by centsationalgirl: folds flush when not in use.

  • Debbie McChesney

    Was just thinking that I need to make one of these for our laundry closet. Small space needs something that doesn't have to be stored elsewhere. DIY Laundry Room Drying Rack by centsationalgirl: Folds flush when not in use. #Drying_Rack #Laundry_Rack #centsationalgirl

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I Like it! How to Build a Laundry Room Drying Rack: Supplies: 2 x 2’ precut birch (1/2 inch thick) Two 1/2 x 2” poplar boards Two 3/8” dowel rods (48” long) Sash lock Narrow loose pin hinges (set of two) D ring hangers for mounting on wall Bracketed hinge for side (or chain with small screw eyes) Three white porcelain knobs Primer and paint of choice