Introduction: South Pacific Wash Station

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we first had to find out how big the laundry cart had to be.

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  • we had to use a pact screw jig.

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  • we then made the frame 4´11´´x 3´0´´ and attached the wood together

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  • after we made the frame we attached the casters to the bottom of the frame then we attached the metal roofing to the front and sides.
  • after attaching the roofing we used red, blue, and a little black to make the metal rusted

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  • then we attached a 1/2 thick piece or ply wood on top of the frame then gigged out a 1ft hole the the plywood.

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  • we then placed 4ft11inx3ft strip of bamboo.
  • than we panted and attached a tub of PVC.
  • we then attached two pieces of 1x4 on the inside of the hole.

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  • we than tied three bamboo rods together twice and attached them tho the back with plummer´s strap .

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  • we then used black paint on a 2ft long PVC pipe.
  • we than attached the PVC by drilling a pilot hole and a 3in screw .
  • we then used a stencil and black spay paint

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  • we then used spray on foam (caution: this is vary sticky and hard to get out of cloths and skin)
  • after that dried we painted the foam white.
  • than we made a sign.

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now you can enjoy your creation.


DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2016-05-25

This would make a great theater prop

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