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Koolscapes RBSS75 Sandstone look 75 Gallon Rain Barrel

Item# 07141862000P | Model# RBSS75 | Added on December 8, 2009 |
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Koolscapes RBSS75 Sandstone look 75 Gallon Rain Barrel
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Koolscapes Stone-like Rain Barrel 75 Gallon Capacity

This beautiful 75 gall rain barrel, one of the largest on the market matches any dÉcor. Built for longevity it will not crack or fade in extreme temperatures. Place it under a downspout to catch rain watter or leave it in the open area to catch rain. Has a corrosion proof brass spigot elevated high enough for a bucket to fit underneath.
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By Modeoftravel
March 15th, 2014
Good only when it doesn't rain

I bought the 55 gal version of this sandstone "rain barrel," said to withstand "extreme" temperatures. Once full, it split wide open at the bottom with the first freeze. Neither Sears nor the Canadian maker would stand behind the product to any degree whatsoever. The Canadian maker suggested it be emptied at the onset of winter and stored before it gets cold; i.e., AFTER it starts raining, you throw out the collected rainwater and put the barrel away. It appears the only time this "rain barrel" is safe to use is during the dry summer months. Pretty expensive ornament!

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Modeoftravel

Good only when it doesn't rain

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I bought the 55 gal version of this sandstone "rain barrel," said to withstand "extreme" temperatures. Once full, it split wide open at the bottom with the first freeze. Neither Sears nor the Canadian maker would stand behind the product to any degree whatsoever. The Canadian maker suggested it be emptied at the onset of winter and stored before it gets cold; i.e., AFTER it starts raining, you throw out the collected rainwater and put the barrel away. It appears the only time this "rain barrel" is safe to use is during the dry summer months. Pretty expensive ornament!

March 15th via sears.com
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