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Upcycle Products Upcycle 50 Gallon Terra-Cotta Rain Barrel

Item# 268-UPI013-1-AF | Model# TC-50-1 | Added on May 9, 2017 |
Upcycle Products Upcycle 50 Gallon Terra-Cotta Rain Barrel
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Food-quality high density Poly Ethylene barrelHoles drilled into lid for water to enter from downspoutScreen keeps bugs and debris out of your waterFeatures a garden hose size spigot at bottom of barrelIf ordering more than one, all efforts will be made to match products. We cannot guarantee they will be identical.Barrel surface varies - smooth or ribbedMeasures 23L x 23W x 34H inches; weighs 15 lbs.. Additional features 50 gallon capacity Spigot accommodates a garden hose landscape tubing or drip tubing Place barrel on a pedestal and there's room for a watering can Overflow fitting diverts excess water away from barrel Linking hose fitting lets you join up to 2 more barrels together Barrel was previously used to ship pickled food overseas Barrel was cleaned and rinsed with rain water and PH neutral soap Water running off your house is as good as money down the drain. Start saving your hard-earned cash by placing an Upcycle 50 Gallon Terra-Cotta Rain Barrel under your downspout. Crafted from a pre-used food-grade Poly Ethylene barrel this barrel features a spigot with multiple attachment capabilities and can be linked to other barrels. It's ready to handle overflow and the lid has holes drilled to let water pass through the protective screen. Please note: Upcycle uses recycled materials in manufacturing this process may use different batches of recycled materials when molded so body styles may vary. If multiple units are purchased all efforts are made to match products but ... read more
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