Rolling Laundry Cart – Carting endless carts of laundry to and from the laundry room to wash day can be tiring. A rolling laundry cart can give your arms a break while enough space to organize your laundry and keep it out of the way until laundry day. By staking three laundry carts on top of each other, you can save all the family dirty laundry in the same footprint of a single laundry cart. Sand all the edges of the wood with sandpaper to remove any rough spots or splinters
Place a 16 -. 35 – inch piece of MDF on the work surface on its narrow edge. Apply a bead of wood glue along the bottom short edge of the board for rolling laundry cart. Place one16 – by 22 1/2-inch piece of MDF on the work surface on its narrow edge on the bottom of 35-inch piece to make an “L” shape. Attach the two boards with three wood screws distributed along the edge
Apply a bead of wood glue to the bottom 16-inch edge of the last 16 -. With 35 – inch piece of MDF. Pressure on the board to the other side of the “L” shape to make a “U” shape. Attach these two by three wood screws. Set the “U” piece form upright on the work surface. Apply a bead of wood glue both of the edges of the side pieces. Put the last 16 – 22 1/2-inch piece on top and along the sides up. Attach the top piece to each side piece with three wood screws at each end. This makes a rectangle frame of rolling laundry cart.