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Wall-Mounted Ironing Board
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- Easily mounts to your wall
- Board measures 37-3/8'' L x 11-7/8'' W
- Constructed of steel with white epoxy coating
- Comes with one cloth ironing board cover
- Board swivels 90 left and right, and locks in place in any position.
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Easily mount this ironing board to a wall for the ultimate in convenience and space-saving it's the perfect design for the laundry room! Includes one cloth ironing board cover.
Board measures 37-3/8" L x 11-7/8" W and folds up against wall to 12-7/8" W x 20-5/8" H x 4-7/8" D.
Constructed of steel with white epoxy coating for durability
Comes with one cloth ironing board cover
Board swivels 90 left and right, and locks in place in any position.
Replacement cloth cover sold separately.
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|Color||White||White Finish||White||Silver Back Plate with Metallic Grey/Silver Ironing Board Cover||White||White backing plate with Metallic Silver Ironing Board Cover|
|Item Dimensions||13.8 x 22.2 x 5.5 in||15.88 x 7.75 x 47.88 in||17 x 47 x 50 in||1.5 x 12 x 34 in||16 x 7 x 42 in||1.5 x 11.81 x 33.66 in|
Top Customer Reviews
1) This is pretty heavy, so I don't recommend the drywall anchors supplied with the board. They have to be *perfectly* installed to not pull out of the wall; instead, I recommend (picture below) installing a board on the wall first into studs, and then attach the ironing board to that. The ironing board is too narrow to match 16" studs, so you could only get one side into a stud, so you could use drywall anchors on other side, but I don't recommend that.
2) Take a piece of 11x14 paper and masking tape it over the mounting frame, and then lightly trace the mounting holes (for the top holes, make sure you trace the *small* part of the mounting holes) and edges of the entire frame onto the paper; also, make lines where the top of the ironing board is and the bottom of the ironing board frame, so you can tell how high to mount it. You will find it **much** easier and less frustrating to position the ironing board with this template. Use a level with the template, tape it to the wall/board, and then drill your pilot holes; remove template to install.
3) A standard ironing board is 3 ft off the ground - use that as your reference for how high to mount the board.
4) Install top screws 85% *first*, then you can hang the board on these with larger part of the mounting holes, then tighten them up, and then add the bottom screws.
5) When drilling mounting holes, make sure the drill bit is 10% smaller than the *shaft* of the screw - not the threads.
I've included pictures because it wasn't clear and I didn't get clear answers when I asked if the board can be folded to the wall when rotated parallel to the wall. It can in fact be folded up in that position as shown in my pictures. It is just a preference for me since that is the direction we use the board in all the time.
One suggestion would be to include a light cloth cover, like a small pillow case, to keep it out of sight and clean when not in use. The company makes a plastic cover but it is expensive, clunky, and most likely does not fit against wall due to the need for bracing.