Metal queen bed – Most metal queen size bed frames are also twin-size and full-size. The only difference is that the metal frame is equipped with special extenders that make the twin / full frame bed in a queen-size frame. They are relatively easy to assemble, but if you are not careful, you can pinch your fingers and get cuts or abrasions. Composing a metal bed frame is better left to an adult with the right tools.
How to assemble a metal queen bed Frame. Fit the head end brackets to the shoulder rivets at the end of the side rails. For this purpose, fasten the bracket head end by bolting through each of the two holes between the bracket and rivets. Screw a washing machine and a nut on each bolt. Turn the bolt and nut with a key. The main end supports can be placed left or right, depending on the size of the head end. Slide an end cap at the end of each side rail. The end cap will protect the metal from tearing your sheets or cutting if you graze it hard enough. Put the two rails on the spot in parallel. Close the side rails by the two pins on each cross arm in the two holes at the end of the cross arms of the other side rail. As soon as the pens are checked, the side pulls the rails in the opposite direction to lock the pins.
Lay the cross support between the side rails in the middle; Looking for a hole on each side rail, where the cross supporter will attach. Line up of the holes in the crotch support and the side rails. Put a bolt in each hole. Place a ring and nut on each bolt. Turn the bolts with a key to secure the crotch support in place. Place the gliders or wheels that came to your bed. Insert the downward-facing bed frame leg into the hole of each slider and gravity will protect the slider on the leg. For wheels, place the plastic socket in each frame leg, and then place a wheel in each plastic socket. Touch the wheels with a rubber hammer to make sure that they are firmly seated. Pay attention to your fingers because assembling a metal queen bed frame is precarious for their well-being.