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  • Sherry Arguelles

    Made out of pvc pipes, easy put together take apart, Camp Washing Station Idea ( Does Not have Full Instructions, But Could Look At Photo to Make)

  • Erin Davidson

    Camping idea for outdoor kitchen that folds up small. get-attachment by pup6820, via Flickr

  • Jerri McAbee

    Collapsible Camp Washing Station...this just gave me an idea for the storage shelves in my shed...check out the rack w/ PVC pipe

  • Kristyn Hansen

    Collapsible Camp Washing Station DIY - light weight portable camp kitchen with a working sink and water attachment It folds down nice and flat for transport and storage

  • Lulu Firmin

    Garden sink, potting table- - - - - DIY camp kitchen sink - The best DIY camp sink or camp kitchen idea. I have to make this before we head out on our next camping trip.

  • Jacquie Harrington

    Potting stand as well as outdoor kitchen in backyard - looks easy and great use for another rain barrel - dirty water back to water plants / DIY Camp Kitchen w/Working Sink [Tutorial] : made from a stacking storage shelf unit + PVC pipe; the whole unit disassembles and stores flat in a small amount of space... very clever!!!

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