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A simple wire rack dries things easily if you have floor air vents. I machine wash my slippers (Wal-Mart), and this rack dries them quickly while reta...
Two heavy wire coat hangers, of color to suit your decor Pair of combination pliers having wire cutter Screwdriver, flat blade Floor air vent cover...
Remove the hanger's hook, leaving all the untwisted wire.
Straighten the hanger's elbows. Form a wide loop exactly at the middle of the wire by wrapping it partway around something round. Size the loop to fit...
You know what they say about men who have big feet. That's right, it means they have big slippers. Push the loop up into the toe of a slipper or shoe ...
Bend each leg to parallel its side of the loop.
Bend each leg out of the plane of the large loop to form a short tab about three eighths of an inch long. The tab should not be so long that it will i...
Place the tabs of the loop into the vane slot closest to the end of the vent and mark where to bend to form the hooks. Photo shows what the hooks look...
It may take several tries to get the hook shape just right, installing then removing the loop each time. It is easiest to install the loop by first sq...
The fit need not be tight.
The rack loops should stay in place under their own weight or the weight of a slipper, and you can remove them when not in use. However, they can be p...
Make a sharp bend in the wire loop as shown. This will keep the heel area of the slipper from being crushed against the base of the wire loop.
Bend and install the second loop. The photo shows the loops installed using another permanent attachment method. This dryer rack is out of the way, so...
No tabs are formed in the wire, but the same hooks are formed on the legs. The sides of the loop are bound to the end fixed vane using any maleable wi...
Wet gloves or mittens can be slipped onto the rack so long as their cuffs are not too tight. Mister glove waves "Hi!" to all the Instructable-istas. ...
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