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Good Ideas 40 Gallon Rain Wizard Darkened Rib Rain Barrel Terra Cotta

Item# 268-GID035-4-AF | Model# RW40-DR-TC | Added on June 19, 2012 |
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Good Ideas 40 Gallon Rain Wizard Darkened Rib Rain Barrel Terra Cotta
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Made of plastic resinNatural oak color and design with darkened bandsDimensions: 22L x 22W x 28H inchesResistant to rust, mold, mildew, and rottingCan be linked to other barrels for increased capacityFlat back design for placement up against the houseHigh-quality brass spigot . Get your neighborhood started on the green path by setting a good example with the Good Ideas 40 Gallon Rain Wizard Darkened Rib Oak Rain Barrel. This plastic barrel is colored to look like real oak and features darkened bands for a more authentic look. Now you can catch and store rainwater that would normally run off your house and into the ground. All you have to do is position this molded plastic barrel under your down spout, and water will pass through the screen and into the barrel for use at a later time. The use of the screen means water gets in, but debris and insects don't. Thanks to the flat back design of the barrel, it will sit right against the house and take up less space on your walkway or patio. Child and pet proof, this rain barrel will hold up to 40 gallons of pure rainwater, which can be used to water gardens and potted plants. It can also be linked to other Rain Wizards by using a link kit (sold separately) to increase water capacity. This barrel features a shut-off valve for hose hook-up or dual overflow. Made of plastic resin, this rain barrel is resistant to rust, mold, mildew, rotting, UV rays, fading, and deterioration. The spigot is made of high-quality brass, which lasts ... read more
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