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My Tip For Making Your Own Version of the Zoo Mead-Little Dripper

Discussion in 'Humidity' started by LeeLeeCrestee, Feb 7, 2010.

  1. LeeLeeCrestee

    LeeLeeCrestee Well-Known Member

    some famous reptile products are just simple things put together and sold for a ridiculous price. all it takes is just a little creativity and elbowgrease.
    so, lets get started...

    you will need:
    1 gallon of purified water
    1 siphon hose (that is typically used for fish tanks)
    1 Nozzle
    a hot glue gun

    cut a hole in the bottom of the gallon of water and place the siphon hose in the hole and glue it together. make sure to use a lot of glue to ensure that there are no leaks. seal up the other end of the hose. poke some very small holes in the hose. place it on top of your cage and watch your new waterfall in action!

    it should only cost about $5.
     
  2. avoidtheboyd

    avoidtheboyd Elite Member

    cool! good job!
     
  3. Dragoneer

    Dragoneer Well-Known Member

    or $7.50 if you use Evian. LOL:)

    Nice idea. Creativity really does save a lot of money.

    I built a vivarium for one of my Beardies. I needed a strip light for my UVB. Have you priced those hoods? So, I am at Wal-Mart in the lighting aisle and they sell strip lights. $8. :D Replaced stock like with my 10.0 and shazam!
     
  4. LeeLeeCrestee

    LeeLeeCrestee Well-Known Member

    very cool!
    i need to repair the glue to the homemaid little dripper. there was a leak.
     

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