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Old 02-28-2011, 01:08 PM   #1
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PVC Clothes dryer

With a little modification if you don't have a rooftop ladder, you can build this to dry your clothes.
http://www.pvcplans.com/rv-clothes-rack.htm

Oh the things folks build out of PVC pipe... you might find one or two that are just what you need!
http://www.pvcplans.com/pvc-pipe.htm
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Love the idea, will be adding it to my bus (IF I EVER FIND ONE)
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the wonders of PVC!!
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Re: PVC Clothes dryer

I found the bunk beds made of PVC interesting. Thought it would be a good idea for those of you building bunks in.. lightweight and easily removed if/when you decide to. Also Have you looked at the Furniture??? Some of the beds sets are really pretty. Would look great painted in a metal colour. The one pictured looks good enough that I would have made it if I didn't already have a bed frame.


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Yeah, loving the beds. Might make use of old pipping, little decorative painting on our own daybeds going in the bus.
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