how to build a mount to hold a a roller wringer for drying clothes? Answered
i recently purchased a roller wringer, but having trouble finding a place to secure it to which will remain stable while i crank.
The oval washtub i have id small around 30quarts, it fits , i use a piece of wood so the clamps aren't on the washtub.. however the tub id too light weight and falls over if there is no water or clothe in the tub.i will truy and edit this later with a picture and measurements, but off hand i think between the screw clamps it is 14 inches,
i would really like ti mount in on my bathtub, outer rim which is 6inches.,since i would have no stability and movements.he vendor i bought ot from said it was normality monuted on a upside down T shaped wood setup, i am not sure what that means. i also don't want to get a bigger wash basin, since i l live in an apartment and space is really limited/
these are the specs from amazon
" Clamps open to 1 3/4". The wringer's metal frame size is 15.5" wide. With the crank handle attached it extends the length to 29". The frame height is 8.5" but extends to 10.25" counting the tension screw knob on top. The metal frame is 2" deep with a 6" drip tray the slides into the frame under the rollers. The usable inside width is 11.25" from one side of the roller to the other. Weighs about 15 lbs assembled."