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  • Sharen Young

    This is a great idea for using rain water for your garden and yard. Multiple rain barrels stacked for higher water pressure (& greater storage volume)

  • Diane Lydic

    Stacked rain barrels for increased water pressure and storage volume. but I like the idea for watering the garden.

  • Mickey Hartung

    Multiple Rain Barrels Stacked for Higher Water Pressure & More Water Storage

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DIY - Rain Barrel Want to do this when we get our own place.Germany has taught me the benifits of recycling somethign I will always do from now on!

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