Homemade portable clothes rack can be easily done with a couple of items that appear generally at home for a minimal cost. These clothes rack can easily be separated for portability. Extend a 72-inch adjustable tension shower rod to its full length. Cut the 2×4 number to equal 48cm pieces using a skill saw. Cut a 3-inch block from the top of the 2×4 s with a jigsaw saw.
Next step DIY portable clothes rack Cut 2 of the 4×4’s to 1 foot in length with a skill seen. Place 2×4 s into the newly formed holes of 4x4s and align them so that the ends are flush. Drill a 3/8 inch hole with a 4 inch long bit through the center of one of the sides of each 4×4 and make sure it passes all the way through 2×4. In a straight piston of your choice, such as a wagon bolt, in the holes of both 4x4s.
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Apply a flat tray and wing nut to the bolt when it has completely passed through both pieces of wood. Cut two 2x4s to 3 meters in length using a skill saw. Screw them into the bottom of the 4×4 with 2 or 3-inch wooden screws for each part of the 4×4. Paint wood pieces of portable clothes rack with your choice of colored paint, bets, or polyurethane. Place the shower rod in the grooves.