lol, next round I'll dig deeper in the van to find some other form of hangers... I was eying the metal strap for a bit.... but didn't want my coat rack to end up in the WOS ya know...
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Just be careful if you make one out of PVC. That stuff will leave a mark if you're not careful.
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I like it. My wife would kill me if I brought that home, but you have to pick your battles. I think it looks pretty slick.
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I really like it. You did a great job.
That is tooooo cool man.
I am doing a room in my house with all the decorations being actual antique tools, old blowtorches, steam gauges etc...
That would fit in very nice.
Everyone is a critic. SO NOW IT'S MY TURN. When I steal your idea and build my own coat rack I am going to hook it up as a zone on my boiler.
Originally Posted by beenthere
This way my coat will be nice and warm when I go out.
Ps. good job!!!
Not as far fetched as you think. Had a customer than ran the piping for his main floor zone up though the floor about a foot, a short turn around using a couple 90's, and back into the floor, then did it again a few inches away. This was located near his front door. I stood there like an idiot staring at these pipe's coming out of the floor and he came over and said "Boot warmer/dryer"
Originally Posted by benncool