Asked on Jun 27, 2020

How do I upcycle used CPAP hose?

Ken EricksonJohnavallance82GrandmasHouseDIY
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Over the years I have discarded loads of used CPAP hoses, what could I make with these? I feel like there is there is very creative minds out there that can help me repurpose these 6' hoses.


Regards

Wisteria


11 answers
  • Nan W.
    on Jun 27, 2020

    Wisteria! One idea I had... a great Halloween costume!

  • FrugalFamilyTimes.com
    on Jun 27, 2020

    How about linking them and running twinkle lights through them? Could be a great way to decorate an outdoor seating area. :)

  • Bishop J
    on Jun 27, 2020

    I cut them into lengths that fit on the kids Tonka trucks. They use them as culverts when doing road construction.

  • Agnes Chrzanowska
    on Jun 27, 2020

    I would string some lights around them

  • Cynthia H
    on Jun 27, 2020

    I thought this was clever:


    https://pin.it/3lJqOIX

  • Dee
    on Jun 27, 2020

    How about garden snakes.


  • Flipturn
    on Jun 28, 2020

    I am wondering if they were plastic snap-tied together, if they would float enough to make a small raft or water toy for kids to play with in the water (lake, pool)?

  • Maura White
    on Jun 29, 2020

    Could you cut small holes in them and place them in a flower garden. Then just spray water through the cpap hose at one end, and the water would come out the hose, watering all of the plants at once?? Duct tape a few together for a longer length.

  • GrandmasHouseDIY
    on Jun 30, 2020

    Hi there, I upcycled mine by turning them into watering hoses. I just made lots of little holes (where there weren't already holes) zip tied the ends so they wouldn't gush water there and it worked great!

  • Johnavallance82
    on Jul 3, 2020

    Hello,

    You could lash them together in spiral or longer oval or oblong rug. You could use long canes and thread them over a couple and make a garden arch, or use shorter canes and use them to support a cloche. You could add a few long cane arches together at the top and form an arbour. Hope that give you a few ideas to work with. Have fun!

  • Ken Erickson
    on Jul 4, 2020

    I had thought about connecting them to a sander and shop vac to aid in dust control.

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