This Water Faucet Hose Extender Plastic Post DIY Project is a way to extend that water spigot away from a building so you do not have to trample your landscaping plants to get to a water source. It is actually a genius idea that is inexpensive and just makes gardening easier.
Most house builders include at least one outside faucet in the front and back of the house that they build. Unfortunately, the homeowner does not get to decide where these faucets are located. So more often than not they are located in areas that make them difficult to get at them in order to use them to water the yard or flower beds. This DIY project was designed to introduce the reader to a simple solution to having a poorly located backyard faucet.
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Discover a really simple solution to having an outside faucet that is inaccessible and cannot easily be used to water the backyard
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It also includes an easy to read and follow step by step instruction guide that covers everything from start to finish
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