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How To Fix A Leaky Hose

Hey friends! It’s been a while! Hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend. How blessed we are to live in the land of the free and home of the brave. I’m so grateful to all those who have served our country.

Time for……

So what do you think – should I surprise you with each week’s very exciting QTT topic or should I put it in the title??

This week I’m sharing with you the cheapest trip to the hardware store I have ever taken.

 

1//  pop the rubber washer (aka gasket) into the hose nozzle
2//  screw the hose onto the spout nice and tight
3// turn the water on and don’t get soaked this time with a crazy leak

ONE DOLLAR AND SIXTY FIVE CENTS for years upon years of non leaky hosing. Woo hoo!!

 

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Don’t forget – this Friday is BOTN! Can’t wait to see your fave project of May!

 

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Tiffany

Friday 6th of June 2014

You are such a clever girl!

Vel Criste

Wednesday 28th of May 2014

Thank you so much Lisa I've had this problem for years!!!!! Now I can save me some water!

Kris @ Driven by Décor

Wednesday 28th of May 2014

What great timing - I hooked up our hose to the faucet outside the front of our house over the weekend and water was spraying everywhere. I am going to try this!!

pam {simple details}

Tuesday 27th of May 2014

Such a simple fix, and that is the kind of thing that would make me crazy every time I watered! :)

pam {simple details}

Tuesday 27th of May 2014

Such a simple fix, and that is the kind of thing that would make me crazy every time I watered! :)