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Good way

Discussion in 'Tips And Tricks of The Trade' started by vfr12, Aug 13, 2017 at 8:12 AM.

  1. vfr12

    vfr12 Private Member

    of doing your hoses . Have tried many ways- under, over , elbow, freehand etc, but think will stick with this one. Having both hand free allows you to turn it so no nasty twists and surprises when it comes to use it again. IMG_1054.JPG IMG_1055.JPG
     
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  2. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    I wasn't aware of that you into gardening these days (y):D
     
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  3. vfr12

    vfr12 Private Member

    Water tap is 60-70 m away, had to buy 2x50 m , also is good practice before you call me to do your garden. I like to be prepared and heard you in laws can be very demanding :D
     
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  4. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    DO this when I wash the car :D
     
  5. Gibbo

    Gibbo Private Member

    Leave the hose out in the sun makes it easier
     
  6. Great. Now I have to get one of those tubs just to coil my hose. :mad:
     
  7. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    in the UK thats what most plasterers use :D
     

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