Queen Metal Bed – Most metal double bed frames are also the double size and full size. The only difference is that the metal frame comes with special extenders that make the frame of the double bed complete in a double frame. They are relatively easy to assemble, but if you are not careful, you can bruise your fingers and get cuts or scratches. Assembling a metal bed frame is better to leave an adult with the right tools.
Mount the headrest brackets to the shoulder rivets at the end of the side rails. Secure the head supports by passing a screw through each of the two holes between the bracket and the rivets. Screw one washer and nut onto each screw. Tighten the nut and the screw with a wrench. Header supports can be installed facing left or right, depending on the size of the header. Slide an end cap onto the end of each side rail. The final cover will protect the metal from tearing off its leaves or cutting out if the pastes against it enough.
Place the two side rails on the floor parallel to each other. Connect the side rails by inserting the two pins on each arm of the cross into the two holes at the end of the cross arms of the opposite lateral guide. Place the cross support between the side rails in the center. Insert the gliders or wheels that accompany the bed. Insert the frame leg of the bed pointing down into the hole of each bottle and the gravity will secure the slider on the leg.