Easy DIY RV Shoe Rack
Have you ever walked into your RV and tripped over the pile of shoes laying on the floor? Then you just might need this awesome shoe rack. Many RVs have a limited entry space and lack an area to store all those pesky tripping hazards. After scouring the internet for something to help remedy this issue I came across this PVC post idea.
This Easy DIY will not only help tidy up your RV, but will potentially save you from an unwanted visit to the emergency room.
Tools & Materials Needed:
- Measuring Tape
- PVC pipe 3/4″
- PVC 4 way connector for center 3/4″
- PVC 3/4″ end caps
- PVC cement
Using a hacksaw, or hand saw, cut and measure 4 equal lengths of 3/4″ PVC pipe. Then attach a “T” connector to the bottom of each and an end cap to the top. I cut (4) – 1 foot lengths because of my shoe size but it can vary depending on your needs.
After assembling the pieces of pipe on the “T” fittings, lay out a “T” fitting for each end of the shoe rack. You can also place the 4 way fitting in the center of the shoe rack, which will help hold the rack upright. Laying them out will help determine how long you want the middle pieces of pipe to be that connect to each piece.
Measure and cut pieces of pipe to join each of the ” T’s.” Dry fit all the pieces together. After you are satisfied with the look, use PVC cement to fuse the pieces of PVC together. That way they will not move or rotate.
Paint using an indoor/outdoor paint that will adhere to the PVC and let dryer. Make sure that the area is well ventilated or that you are using a respirator mask.
Place shoe rack near RV entrance/exit in a convenient location and enjoy!!!
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