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  • Annelise Childers

    Simple DIY Floating Pool Cooler: cut a pool noodle floatie and tie a rope through it, around a Rubbermaid bin. I could certainly use this on some my college road trips! A real floating cooler can cost $50!

  • Kristen 'Lunsford' O'Bryan

    Perfect for Gavyn's pool party for his 1st birthday! DIY floating cooler with pool noodles! :)

  • Marlene Arribas

    Not that I let people drink in my pool but this is a great idea. noodle + storage bin = DIY floating cooler

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