Handy Bucket for MHome.

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  1. Larrynwin

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    Bought one at Clas Ohlson today £12.99 7lt capacity and a real space saver . image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg
     
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    we bought same type of bucket from halfords a green one £5 bargain :)
     
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    I bought one a while ago (in yellow). Think I got it from one of the Amazon traders.
    Great piece of kit; use it for all sorts and when finished with it, it slots in any cubby. Might buy another one for grey waste (so that I can tip it out on the grass more easily :D:D :imoutahere:)
     
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  5. Larrynwin

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    Nooooooooo cant do that :Eeek::RollEyes:
     
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    They are still in B&M @£3.99 I was looking at them last week but prefer the 'softy tub' thingys......

    I imagine the collapsible ones are great if you don't have a garage :)
     
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    I've seen these at various places and they differ in price dramatically but I'll stick to my 99p two gallon bucket that holds my water hose and all my connectors etc (y)
     
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    I bet you can make awesome sandcastles with that

    So you make collapsible sandcastles in your MH garage, Debs? :whistle2:
     
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    We love our Campabucket, great for everything!
     
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    Got the collapsible, don't have a garage. Never crossed my mind to make sandcastles with it :roflmto:
     
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    Just a little word of warning, or good advice depending on your grey water point of view - we bought the B&M collapsible bucket to use for the waste, as pictured by davanne. Unfortunately or fortunately, once the bucket is over half full it starts to tilt and spill it's contents!
     
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    I bet you can......but it means buying one;)
    I'll carry on with my squishy tub thingy ta........apologies for the VERY blurred pic:LOL:
     
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    We was that impressed with the bucket the wife went out & bought the collapsible kettle!!:LOL:
     
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    @Debs - you really are some artist; making a sandcastle looking like a small dog...... I'm truly impressed with your undoubted talent :giggler:
     
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    Half collapsed it makes a wicked hat with chinstrap :)
     
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    Oh, that's great for grey water. I'll go out and get one immediately (y):LOL:
     
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    I just think they look a little pale to me :)
     
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    Why put your grey water in a bucket then just tip it out, quicker to just drop it there?

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    I'm told they're made from moulds as you never see one made from the start, only the end product. That one in the bucket looks a bit mouldy too. :LOL:
     
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