DIY Mobile Laundry Station

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Laundry – the never ending task! Seems like no matter how many times we try to get caught up, the pile of laundry just keeps multiplying!
What if you had an area that would keep all your laundry and the supplies organized? And even if you had laundry, there would be a spot to keep it all.
Need to tackle Mount Washmore? This Mobile Laundry Station can help!
Having a spot to sort laundry has saved us so much time and energy.
The construction is a simple box, with 1×2 inch pieces of wood to hold the laundry baskets. After cutting the pieces of wood, it’s best to apply wood glue to the joints before screwing them together.
Pre-drill the screw holes with a small drill bit and countersink the holes for a clean finish. After glue is set and prior to painting, cover the screw heads with wood putty.
After you have built the sides of the box and attached the back, make sure to clean up any wood glue that has squeezed out of the joints with a clean wet rag.
Now it’s time to build the rails that will hold the laundry baskets. Attach the rails to the inside of the box, use the supply list as a guide for spacing the rails. Use a clamp to help hold the rails in place while you glue and screw them to the side. Leave the clamps on until the glue has dried.
After the laundry station has been primed and painted, you can add wheels to the bottom if you like. Space the wheels 1 inch in from the corners.And attach them with the 3/4 inch wood screws.
To finish the top, attach wood trim around the edge with finishing nails. This trim can also be glued, but we chose to nail it so it could be removed if the liner needed to be replaced.
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  • Debbie  Harbour Debbie Harbour on May 27, 2019

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ this idea!!!!

  • Abby Rexroth Abby Rexroth on Oct 28, 2020

    This is genius! Something else you could add are labels like "dark", "light", and/or "stained". The stained one could be really helpful because how many times have we thrown everything in according to its shade and we didn't know someone or we forgot we got crap on our clothes. If you have a "stained" pile the person washing will purposely look for the stain and try to solve the problem before it gets set in the dryer.

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