Make Heavy Duty Garment Rack

Oct 20th

Heavy duty garment rack – Clothes storage can start getting tight in a home, especially if you have multiple people and limited closet space. If you are finding that you run out of space to place your clothes, consider building a portable garment rack. This garment rack is made of PVC pipe and provides a robust way to hang your clothes and keep them out of the way. This project can be completed in no time

Top Heavy Duty Garment Rack
Top Heavy Duty Garment Rack

First; attach an “L” bracket to both ends of one of the 36-inch pieces of PVC pipe. This is the top of the clothes rack. Second, place the four-way bracket on the bottom of the 72nd-inch pieces of PVC pipe to form a “T”. Two bracket openings facing each other. Attach the remaining piece of 36-inch PVC pipe between the brackets to form the bottom of the rack.

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3rd; Place a piece of 6-inch PVC pipe on the remaining openings in four-way PVC fittings. These are the legs. There should be two front legs and two back legs on each side of rectangular frame. Place end caps on the ends of the legs PVC. Tips & Warnings; if you need a longer rack than 3 meters, just replace the 36-inch pieces longer ones. Remember, however, that a higher or longer rack will require thicker PVC pipe and longer legs for support. Make sure you do not get a tube so thick that the hangers will no longer fit. Your heavy duty garment rack done.