Key Coat Rack
Organize the mudroom with a unique key rack that holds coats, dog leashes and car keys.
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Materials and Tools
felt tip marker
saw tooth hook
1. Cut the two pieces of 1x10 to desired length. Wood glue them together and let dry overnight, which will create the thickness of the key.
2. Once dry, use a felt tip marker and draw a key design (figure A).
3. Cut out the key with a jigsaw and a scroll blade to make a nice smooth cut.
4. Sand the edges of the entire key. Remove dust and stain desired color. Apply two coats of water-based polyurethane, according to manufacturer's instructions, to protect the finish.
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