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9 - This part is a two person job. Make sure you pull the fabric tight while the other person staples it.

9 - This part is a two person job. Make sure you pull the fabric tight while the other person staples it.

1 - Turn the box spring upside down.

1 - Turn the box spring upside down.

10 - Once all 4 sides are done cut off excess fabric.

10 - Once all 4 sides are done cut off excess fabric.

7 -Cut off the excess fabric on the corners.

7 -Cut off the excess fabric on the corners.

3 - Use a drill bit to drill holes smaller than what the screw is that you will use for the feet of the bed. You will need to drill 8 holes.  3 on each side and 2 in the middle for support.  See one of the pictures toward the end for visual

3 - Use a drill bit to drill holes smaller than what the screw is that you will use for the feet of the bed. You will need to drill 8 holes. 3 on each side and 2 in the middle for support. See one of the pictures toward the end for visual

12 - Now screw the feet on the holes you made. You should have made 8 holes. 3 on each side and 2 in the middle for support.

12 - Now screw the feet on the holes you made. You should have made 8 holes. 3 on each side and 2 in the middle for support.

8 - Staple the rest of the fabric.  Start at any corner and fold in the fabric.  Repeat.

8 - Staple the rest of the fabric.

5 - Cut your fabric. I used cotton.  You will need 4 sets of 3 inch fabric for the corners and make sure you iron the fabric.

5 - Cut your fabric. You will need 4 sets of 3 inch fabric for the corners and make sure you iron the fabric.

2 - Take the rubber corners off.

2 - Take the rubber corners off.

11 -  Now you are ready to put in the feet.  I got the feet at a hardware store and painted them 2 days ahead of time.  These will just screw in.

I got the feet at a hardware store and painted them 2 days ahead of time. These will just screw in.

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