Board Rack Drilled in Wall

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Introduction: Board Rack Drilled in Wall

Have you ever wanted to put your skateboard somewhere were you won't trip over it? Then we have the perfect solution to your problem for space. The skateboard rack. This skateboard rack is perfect for people who have more than one skateboard and have not used a rack before. It creates space around the house as well.

Step 1: Materials

Gorilla Wood Glue
4 screws
4 15x30 inch sheet plywood
Saw or come sort of cutting blade

Step 2: Getting Started

Once we gathered the basic materials we started to go out and looking for the perfect plywood. We found some plywood from Lowes that was "square shaped" like and was perfect for our project. This made it much easier on us becase it meant that we needed to drill into the wall and engrave the insides for the skateboards to go in. We only used the one on the far right. 

Step 3: Putting It Together

We used the saw to for the back sides of each of the engraved pieces for gluing the pieces together. This step meant that we needed adult supervision so be careful.

Step 4: Cutting the Edges

We cutted the edges of the plywood to make the board stand out and so the edges could be perfectly straight. Also they had to be even.

Step 5: Final Step and Putting "oil"

We put "olive oil" in the wood which made it shiny and stand out when someone walked inside the room with the skateboards. 



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