How to Build Playful Slippery Pool Waterslide DIY Project is an exciting adventure in designing the next level of summer fun. It is worth thinking outside of the box and taking building to a whole new level.
This article describes how to make a waterslide by yourself. According to the article, the first and most important step is proper planning. It is important to point out that you have to make a wooden construction for the height of the slide even though the writer didn’t do that. This is only because he already has a hill close to his swimming pool.
After planning, he went to purchase all the required materials. He bought 8 planks, about 150 screws, fishpond foil, a rug/carpet, some boards and ground anchors. It is very important to note that you may need more materials since you will also make wooden construction for the height of the slide.
The next step is to build the wooden structure of the slide. The steps he took in creating the wooden structure have been outlined in the article. You will also see all the dimensions he chose and why he chose all the dimensions. This will be able to guide you in choosing your own dimensions. You don’t necessary have to adopt his dimension.
After that, he covered the sliding surface with foil. However, he laid a carpet on the sliding surface before laying the foil. This will allows for a smooth slide. Although it is not as easy as it sounds, it is not beyond you. You only need to study the article from the beginning to the end to learn. Don’t forget to share it immediately after.
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