garden hose

haircutcityMay 16, 2007

how can I connect a garden hose to my kitchen faucet?

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You get a little (1+") fitting at the hardware (ask in the gardening section), but it may require taking off the piece already on your tap depending on what you use. I have (ord'd from a catalog) a 50' stretchy, coiled sprayer hose that I use for my plants on the deck, and it came with a piece that fits over a standard kitchen faucet, but also one that requires you to remove that piece first, and another with two tiny valves on it to redirect the water.

    Bookmark   May 16, 2007 at 4:49AM
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I figured it out, for those that might be interested, I went to a tropical fish store, and they had a brass adapter that is very simply made. It is used to fill large aquariums. It was $6.00. At first, I thought someone might need such a thing to fill a waterbed, but believe it or not, there are no waterbed stores anymore where I live.I guess they had their run of fame.

    Bookmark   May 18, 2007 at 12:05AM
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