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Basic Washer Dryer Stand


Bryan Danek
Bryan Danek
Bryan Danek
Bryan Danek

I am a simple man but, my wife and I wanted some more storage as well as some back relief. I decided to make something simple and useful. I used some 2x10's, piece of 1/2 inch plywood and made a strong stand. Added some supports to make sure it could handle the weight but everything is great! I stood on it along with a full load of wash and dry (while running) and stepped on it. Now I am a little over 300 lbs, so I am sure it will be fine. A big thank you to Home Depot in Enfield,CT for saving me the time and making the cuts for me.

If anyone wants to know the materials, please see below

Wood:
3 - 2x10x12, 3 cut in half to make 6 feet (1 spear)
1 - 2x10x12, cut to 18 inches ea, gets you 7 good cuts. cut one board in half lengthwise,(middle supports)
1 - 1/2 inch Paywood cut to 28 inches x 6 feet.

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  • Great idea. Nice job
    By rosewood513, on November 4, 2018

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Basic Washer Dryer Stand

by Bryan Danek
Oct 15, 2018
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I am a simple man but, my wife and I wanted some more storage as well as some back relief. I decided to make something simple and useful. I used some 2x10's, piece of 1/2 inch plywood and made a strong stand. Added some supports to make sure it could handle the weight but everything is great! I stood on it along with a full load of wash and dry (while running) and stepped on it. Now I am a little over 300 lbs, so I am sure it will be fine. A big thank you to Home Depot in Enfield,CT for saving me the time and making the cuts for me. If anyone wants to know the materials, please see below Wood: 3 - 2x10x12, 3 cut in half to make 6 feet (1 spear) 1 - 2x10x12, cut to 18 inches ea, gets you 7 good cuts. cut one board in half lengthwise,(middle supports) 1 - 1/2 inch Paywood cut to 28 inches x 6 feet.