Laundry drying rack – It is estimate that the typical cost of drying a load of laundry in an electric dryer is 30 to 40 percent and about 15 to 20 cents per load for a gas dryer. It may not seem like much, but when you start adding up all the loads of laundry done for a family every week, it can really add up over a year. A folding wooden drying rack for your clothes can save money, save energy and can be done quickly and cheaply. This wall-mounted clothes drying rack can make a beautiful accessory to the laundry room.
DIY folding clothes laundry drying rack, select two of the four 1/2-inch by 2-inch wood strips. Mount the rack frame. Hammer ends of each of four 24-inch plugs in the holes you just drilled. And you now have two parallel strips of wood, which are the two sides of your rack frame, connected by the four plugs. Then nail the other two wood strips to the top and bottom of the plug rack to complete the racket. Attach the hinge pin along the inside facing the bottom of the rack. The rack will fold to a 2-foot by two-foot wall-mounted piece of wood. This bit should be 1/2 inch thick.
As a result, paint the wooden wall mount and laundry drying rack. A rust resistant paint is appropriate. Let the paint dry thoroughly. Attach the hoop lock to the top of the drying rack and the top of the pasteboard. And then attach a hinged bracket or chain with screw eyes about halfway up the racket. These will hook to the outside of the rack frame and the outer edge of the wall-mounted board. This allows your rack to angle out and remain open during use. And then drill three small pilot holes evenly distributed over the three-inch section you have left on the bottom of the wall-mounted board. Finally, attaching knobs which can be use to hang clothes or hangers.