Effective ideas to save your budget is to build a DIY closet of PVC pipes. The pipe is relatively cheap, and the rack becomes portable. First, sand ends all PVC pieces with 80 sandpaper. This will roughen the surface, allowing the glue to stick more firmly. Apply PVC glue in the bottom three flanges of two, 1-inch 4-way PVC joints. Insert a 6-inch tube into the outer flanges and a 3-foot tube in the middle. This will create a long “H” shape with the fourth flange on each joint upward.
Wipe glue that seeps out of connections with a paper towel. Glue the 5-foot tubes to the upright flanges in “H” shape. Paste 1-inch PVC end caps on each of the four feet. Allow the glue to dry for 24 hours, then fill the section you have built so far with sand. This will make your great DIY closet more bottom-heavy, help stabilize it.
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Glue two 3-way T-joints on the ends of the last 3-foot pipe, glue the last 6-inch tube to the flanges opposite to the longer tube. The third flange of each joint should point downward. Glue down the flanges on tops of 5-foot pipes, complete the rack.Glue a 1-inch PVC end guard on each of the side tubes. Allow the adhesive to dry for 24 hours before hanging clothes on the your new DIY closet.