Keep everything dry with this Bathroom Shelf!
Tools & Materials
SteelTek Supplies (3/8"):
- (4) Black Flange - (683-102HC)
- (2) Single Socket Tee - (680-102HC)
- (2) Elbow - (682-502HC)
- (2) 18" Non Threaded Pipe - (582-180PE30HC)
- (2) 6" Non Threaded Pipe - (582-060PE30HC)
- Wood Screws
- Allen Wrench - 5 Millimeters
- First you will want to prepare your shelves. Wood was used in this project.
- Decide preferred placement for holes the pipe will go through. Measure out where the holes will be drilled and make sure both shelves match.
- This was made with 3/8” so you will need to drill .68” holes.
- Drill these holes into the front of each board.
- Take an 18” pipe and slide it through the drilled holes in the shelf and into an Elbow (682-502HC). Attach a Single Socket Tee (680-102HC) in the other end. Make sure the pipe is sticking out of the Single Socket Tee (680-102HC), based on the thickness of your shelf, and make sure the Single Socket Tee (680-102HC) and Elbow (682-502HC) are facing the same direction then tighten set screws.
- Attach a 6” pipe to the open end of Elbow (682-502HC) and cap that pipe with a Flange (683-102HC) then tighten set screws.
- Attach a 6” pipe to open end of Single Socket Tee (680-102HC) and cap that pipe with a Flange (683-102HC) then tighten set screws.
- Build this step again repeating the steps making sure to go through other side of board.
- Place the top shelf boards holes into the pipes sticking out of the Single Socket Tees (680-102HC).
Marking and Drilling Holes
- Place the fully assembles project against wall and mark the Flange (683-102HC) screw holes for drilling.
Installing Flanges and Shelf
- Loosen set screws in Flanges (683-102HC) and install Flanges (683-102HC) into wall using wood screws and anchors.
- Once the Flanges (683-102HC) are installed reattach the shelf to the Flanges (683-102HC) and tighten set screws.