Make Water Changes EASY with THIS.

Why use buckets for water changes when you can fill directly from a hose? Master breeder Dean teaches us how to make a DIY water change hook that attaches to a 3/4″ hose and hangs on the side of your aquarium without slipping off. The PVC ball valve allows you to easily shut off the water flow so you can move the water change hook to the next aquarium.
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0:00 – Cooking with Dean
0:23 – Parts we’ll be Using
1:34 – Bending PVC
3:55 – Failed Attempt
4:18 – Round Two: Bending PVC
5:03 – Putting Teflon Tape on
5:23 – Putting Parts Together
5:56 – The Finished Item
6:10 – Adjusting the Length

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