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Clothes Hanger

Annalien and Peter make a portable clothes hanger that can be used to hang clothes whilst ironing and then transported to the cupboard. It can also be used to replace a cupboard if need be. See how they build it in a few easy steps.

You will need

Tools Materials
PBS 75 belt sander (80 and 120 grit belts) Pine PAR
PST 18 Jigsaw – plus extra clean for wood blades sides 30mm x 228mm x 1500mm – 4 pieces (can be thicker up to 38mm)
PSR 1080 cordless drill driver Bottom shelf  20 mm x 400 mm x 1000mm – 1 pieces
Pex sander Middle shelf 20 mm x 300mm x 1000mm – 1 piece
PFS 300 spray gun cupboard rail plus end caps – 1 mtr length x 2 pieces. (aluminium oval type) this can be substituted for 20mm chrome pipe and ends
PSR 18 Li cordless drill wheels +/- 50mm x 4
angle grinder with Bosch thin discs screws – 4 x 60mm
Router screws 4 x 16mm
  wood glue
  Varnish – clear or tinted (you choose)

Follow these steps

  • Mark out where shelves will fit on legs/sides
  • Draw out shape for legs
  • Cut out first leg as template
  • Copy this onto all four legs
  • Cut out legs
  • Clamp together and sand to the same shape
  • Cut and rout salts in top shelf
  • Join bottom and top shelf to legs
  • Varnish
  • Cut rails to size and install
  • Attach wheels

Get the layout

Clothes Horse Trolley/Hanger

 

CLOTHES HANGER