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  • Dawn Knotts

    5 Outdoor Ideas for Galvanized Metal Wash Tubs: Light Fixture: love the light fixture

  • Lorie Atherton

    Galvanized Tubs Become Lightinghide. Bring industrial, down-on-the-farm flair to your backyard barbecue buffet with galvanized metal tub pendant lights. To make these, pick up large, round tubs; 1”-thick sisal rope; pendant wiring kits;and large globe bulbs from the home improvement store. Drill four holes into the top, evenly spaced apart for rope as well as a fifth hole centered for the light-bulb socket. With the tub turned upside down, insert the pendant kit components up inside the center drilled hole of tub, feeding the wire through the hole until the head of the socket sits flush inside. Cut rope to size so that the bottom of the tub sits between 32 and 36 inches above the surface of the table. Attach two strands of rope, one on each side of the tub, through all four drilled holes, wrapping the pendant kit wire tightly to the rope. Add a heavyweight swag hook to ceiling, then attach rope onto hook and plug each tub pendant into an extension cord.

  • Nicole Nelms

    How To Make a Light Fixture From a Galvanized Bucket : Home Improvement : DIY Network

  • Erin Laughlin

    Wash Tubs Upcycled Lamps and Lighting Ideas : Home Improvement : DIY Network

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