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Old 02-10-2019   #1
 
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Let's See Those Hand Wash Set Up's

Just made this is weekend, got tired of trying to rig 5 gal buckets. Probably a bit of over kill but as least is will stay in the boat in the event....

Let see what everyone else is using!
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Where did you find that pump? I like that!
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I bought it from DRE with their hand wash set up. This is a link to foot pump, it is the nicest one I have found.

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Here is the one I made a few years ago. I used the baby foot pump as well. you can find them on eBay or amazon for $20-$30. I bought a piece of automotive brake line for less than $2 and a handheld pipe bender at harbor freight for I think around $6.
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I made one from a boat transfer pump and some rubber and copper tubing and a couple of clamps. Lasted several years but toting the two buckets always was a pita.
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I use 2 powdered laundry detergent buckets. They are much smaller and nest together nicely and fit in my drybox. When in use I stack them so you dont have to bend over so far. I have also found that the pumps need to be mounted to a piece of board to keep them from sinking into soft sand.
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Where in the world does one find inexpensive square buckets if you don't use powdered laundry detergent or buy kitty litter??!
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Good luck with finding cheap square buckets. You might be able to use some food storage containers from walmart. I haven't looked as we use powdered detergent and they are the perfect size. Kitty litter containers are too big IMHO. Good luck.
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Where in the world does one find inexpensive square buckets if you don't use powdered laundry detergent or buy kitty litter??!

A lot of restaurants buy their mayo in 4 gallon square food safe buckets that they throw away, just ask. Here are photos of my one gallon hand wash station for small one boat trips.
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Good beta, thanks Bighorn!
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