Cooling Off!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by MyLittleCleaningCompany, Aug 18, 2012.

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  1. Tried to use my booster pump to fill this bad boy up, didn't work so going to have to wait the 12 hours!

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  2. mark m

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    Looks like you are going to have a fun day tomorrow
     
  3. harunh

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    Lol thats class !!! :p
     
  4. Belfastcleaning

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    How do you empty it!! Lol
     
  5. Good point! It's just finished filling,only took 12 hours! Luckily it has a plug in the bottom. The garden will get a good soaking! It's bloody cold at the mo!!
     
  6. Gmeister

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    I wouldnt just empty it into your garden like that when your done, use it to water plants over a period of a week - month :)

    I wish I had one of those right now, so hot.
     
  7. Not sure I will be able too, maybe someone can advise? The water has chlorine and other chemicals in. Would this not harm the plants?
     
  8. Gmeister

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    Hmm not 100% sure, maybe it is better to empty on your garden afterall, cause my dads got a one of those hottubs in a shed like building(forgot what its called) he waters the grass after a hot period, and it doesnt harm the grass at all (we have a massive garden) but not sure about plants..I would imagine it is fine, depends how strong the chorine is too, my dad uses a eco friendly stuff for his hottub as to not damage wildlife etc
     
  9. Thanks. Might try it on a small discreet area first.;)
     
  10. Belfastcleaning

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    Should have filled it with pure water
     
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