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  • Betsy McCann

    DIY Watering Can: So easy with an empty plastic liquid detergent container. Brilliant idea for applying fertilizer! Supplies: Plastic laundry detergent bottle, Drill with bit that makes tiny holes, Utility knife Rinse out bottle thoroughly. Drill plenty of holes in the cap. To allow air to flow into the bottle and keep the water free flowing, cut a hole near the cap in the handle – not to close to the cap, otherwise the water spills out there, too.

  • Allison Millar

    DIY Watering Can from an old laundry detergent bottle. Great idea for kids!

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