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more help tea cup feeders?

Posted by livvyandbella (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 25, 09 at 8:11

Hi,
I need a bit more help. I can find the pvc pipe at Home Depot, Lowes. I can't find the caps. They have caps, but they all have rounded tops. Any other suggestions on how to glue the saucer would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.


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RE: more help tea cup feeders?

I used half inch copper pipe for mine. They have flat caps to put on the ends. I soldered ( but you can glue ) the cap to a jewelry finding of a leave( that I flattened with a hammer ) just so I'd have more surface area for the glue to stick.

Sorry I couldn't help with the PVC , but copper pipe is now cheap enough to use . ( 10' is $8.99 )


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RE: more help tea cup feeders?

Do you have a farmstore around. I got my at a farmstore call Rural King...Oh and if you paint your PVC, use a plastic primer first. It helps keep the paint on better...


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RE: more help tea cup feeders?

I attach my teacup feeders to bud vases, then they slip over a support easily ... makes it much better for clean up too.

Here is a link that might be useful: craf-tea feeders


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