DIY Towel Rack (for the Pool)

A sure sign of summer in my house is a big pile of pool towels. They seem to be draped over all the patio furniture and inevitably my laundry room. While there is no escaping a little 'extra laundry' over the summer, I did find a solution to the patio problem.

A few months ago when Jeff was making our Chevron Pallet Coffee Table, he had an extra piece of wood. A really good extra piece of wood. It was stamped with 'Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee'. He asked if I wanted to keep it and that's when an idea popped into my head. Why not add some industrial screws and turn it into a Pool Towel Hanger?!

So my hubby drilled four holes into the wood, added 'liquid nails' and then screwed in the screws :)

For more info on using DIY tools, click here.

Pool towels all over the patio? Noooooo!!! 
After drying for 24 hours, we hung it on the fence by the pool equipment.

Now the towels have a place to hang, a place to dry, and a place to wait until I am ready to wash them.

Summer is good!

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