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Rev-A-Board RVVIB20CR Fold Out Ironing Board

Today’s homeowner is more particular than ever thanks to entire television channels dedicated to home renovation shows and a world of DIY videos and tutorials available online. We’ve discovered that it’s no longer necessary to live with an aspect of a home that doesn’t fit our lifestyle. Better still, companies are producing innovative products and concepts to give buyers the exact solution they’ve been looking for.

Rev-A-Board RVVIB20CR Fold Out Ironing BoardA perfect example of this is the Rev-A-Board Fold Out Ironing Board. Designed to fit within a standard drawer opening, the Rev-A-Board’s, 12″ x 37″ ironing board folds in and out automatically when you open and close the drawer.

With the rise of dressing rooms, walk-in-closets, craft spaces, and functional family laundry rooms, the Rev-A-Board has gained A LOT of attention for its genius, space-saving build. We’ve even seen these installed in R.V.’s, boats, vacation cottages, and tiny homes!

Installation is simple and can be a real DIY project. The Rev-A-Board can be installed in an existing piece of cabinetry, or easily included in a new design thanks to the flexible dimensions.

Key Measurements:

  • Adjustable Width: from 14-1/4″ to 19-5/8″ x 4″ H x 20-1/4″ D
  • Minimum Cabinet Depth: 20 1/2 “
  • Minimum Drawer Opening: 4″
  • Minimum Cabinet Opening: 14 1/4″ x 19 5/8″

The Rev-A-Board is perfectly suited to meet the needs of frequent users and those who rarely iron because it’s both hidden and quickly accessible. It’s a great solution for tiny spaces or large homes. In short, it’s just a superb product!

Learn More And Order Your Rev-A-Board Here

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