This homemade summer pool noodle water sprinkler project is a great way to bring safe yet refreshing water park type fun to your backyard.
This project is fairly easy to do and all of the stuff needed can easily be gotten from most any local supply or department store. It does not require too much DIY skill and therefore most anyone should be able to follow all of the directions.
As a cool parent it is your job to come up with ways to come up with activities to keep your kids occupied. This is especially true when it comes to the summertime when most kids are out of school.
There is one thing that almost all kids enjoy to do on a hot summer day and that is play in or around water. If you aren’t one of the lucky ones who have a pool, then you have to come up with another type of water activity. This DIY project may be right up your alley and with a little know how, you should be able to follow it and make one of these for your yard.
Materials needed for this project:
1/2″ clear vinyl tubing
3/4″ pvc ball valves (1 for each blaster/sprinkler station)
1/2″ x 1/2″ nylon hose barb (2 per pool noodle blaster station)
1/4″ x 1/2″ nylon hose bard (1 per blaster station)
1/2″ screw coupling (1 per blaster station)
3/4″ to 1/2″ adapter (1 per blaster station)
3/4″ cap (if you want a sprinkler station instead of a noodle blaster)
3/4″ T-coupling/joint (we needed 5)
3/4″ elbow coupling/joint (we needed 3)
3/4″ hose adapter
3/4″ x 10′ PVC pipe (we needed 3)
small pool noodles (we used about 1/2 a noodle for each station)
Benefits of following the Homemade Summer Pool Noodle Water Sprinkler Project
● The plan includes a complete list of all of the necessary materials, supplies and tools
● It also includes a detailed step by step instruction guide that is easy to follow
● It also features numerous full color pictures
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