DIY Sprinkler For Under $5


If you have ever lived in a suburban neighborhood, you know how obsessive people can be about their lawns. You can hear your neighbors outside at 2 a.m. whispering words of encouragement to their plants. It borders on lunacy really. If you are one of these people, but you lack the funds to get a proper sprinkler, about $5 and a few minutes of work will provide you with a suitable substitute.

All you need is a 20 oz plastic bottle with a cap, 1 universal male hose attachment, 15 old ball-point pens, Plumbing contact adhesive and sealant, an electric drill with a 3.8″ and 5/8″ spade bit, and a utility knife. Most of that you probably have lying around the house, if not the price may be a little higher. Still, it will probably be cheaper than buying the real thing. Hit the link below for full instructions.—Sean Fallon

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