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My hubby spent an hour at Lowes figuring out how to make this..I love it

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Using a 1/2" threaded pipe at each end, slightly bent at the top, drill a hole in the bottom of the kettle and insert 3/8" soft rubber tubing down thru the pipe and close off the bottom of the kettle with a galvanized floor flange . Use a pond pump that will lift water 7-8 ft, follow those directions for it but to place it to the barrell,( which is a large plastic type, we were afraid a whiskey barrell would leak,) drill a hole in the outside lower edge and insert pump tubing, use silicone to seal it, the center is a flower stand and the tray is a old cooking tray.Fill barrel with water, plug it in and woa la.

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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY

    Oh, its darling,Namaws! Can you share how he did it?

  • Namaws
    Namaws Edmond, OK

    let me take a picture tomorrow and maybe that will help the how too's

  • Angela A
    Angela A Lula, GA

    yes pls! I want to do this too!!!

  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL

    That would have taken me a lot longer than an hour to figure out.

  • Angela A
    Angela A Lula, GA

    Aww...c'mon Douglas.....I find that hard to believe!!! lol

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