Make your own IKEA clothes rack with PVC pipe and save time and money. Put six of the 18-inch pipes, two of the 24-inch pipes, the 3-inch pipes and four of the 4-way gaskets on a work table. The 4-way connections have a “T” opening that goes directly through the connection and two openings that form a corner. Insert the ends of the 3-inch pieces (legs) into one of the openings in the “T” on the 4-way connection. Insert the ends of two 18-inch pieces and two of the 24-inch pieces into the corner holes of the 4-way adapters to create a rectangle.
Insert the 18-inch pieces vertically into the remaining “T” opening in the 4-way fittings on the bottom of the grill. Insert a 3-way connection at the end of each vertical 18-inch pieces. Place two of the 24-inch pieces between the 3-way connections on the 24-inch side of the simple IKEA clothes rack. Push the 3-way adapters. Place the four tubes of 6, 12, 18 and 24 inches long on the work table along with the remaining 4-way and 3-way connections. Put the 6-inch tubes in one of the openings in the “T” of the 4-way connections. Put a 12-inch tube on the other side of the “T”.
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Install the 18-inch pipes vertically at the corner of the 4-way connection. Push the remaining 3-way connections into the ends of the 18-inch tubes. Put 12-inch tubes on the ends where the last 12-inch tubes were installed. The four 24-inch long tubes connect the two ends of the top. Place the top between the 3-way connections from the bottom to connect the top to the bottom of the 18-inch sides. Now you can use your DIY IKEA clothes rack.