What you will need
· 2 5ft PVC Pipes
· 2 6in PVC Pipes
· 1 2ft PVC Pipe
· 2 PVC 45-degree elbow joints
· 2 PVC 90-degree elbow joints
· Plumbers glue
· Plywood board
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Step 1: Step 1
Place the two 5ft pieces of PVC pipe on a flat surface. Then place one of the 45-degree elbow joints on both pieces of the long PVC pipe. Use the plumber’s glue to ensure that the pieces are put together securely.
Step 2: Step 2
Now put the two 6in pieces of PVC pipe into the other end of the 45-degree elbow joints that are on the two long pieces of PVC. Again once the pieces are in the Elbow joints use the plumber’s glue to ensure that they are put together securely.
Step 3: Step 3
Once that is done use the two 90-degree elbow joints and place them on the ends of the two 6in pieces of PVC. Make sure that two 90-degree elbow joints are facing each other before gluing them in place. Once these two pieces are in place insert the 2ft piece of PVC into both of the 90-degree elbow joints.
Step 4: Step 4
Once you are done constructing your frame you are now going to place the piece of plywood onto the two long pieces of PVC pipe. Once you have the plywood where you want it to go you are going to use the drill and screws to ensure that plywood will not detach from the PVC.