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Old 08-03-2009, 02:49 PM   #111
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At that point, you will be the bad guy for putting water in their playhouse. They'll be after you.
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Old 08-03-2009, 02:50 PM   #112
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At that point, you will be the bad guy for putting water in their playhouse. They'll be after you.
Great, Now I'll have to buy another 20G long for them to play in. Good thing I got mine for like 20 bucks .
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Old 08-03-2009, 02:53 PM   #113
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And about the tubing:

I think I'll just get the 50' of tubing and keep it in the laundry room. I have a pump I can use for mixing the SW and also transferring it to the sump.
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Old 08-03-2009, 02:57 PM   #114
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And about the tubing:

I think I'll just get the 50' of tubing and keep it in the laundry room. I have a pump I can use for mixing the SW and also transferring it to the sump.
I picked up a 50' drinking water safe hose by Swan at HD for 22 bucks. It's a lot cheaper then buying the tubing.
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Old 08-03-2009, 03:00 PM   #115
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Sounds good to me! I'll check that out when I go the next time.
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They didn't have the on i bought on the website but here is a link to pretty much the same thing. Drinking Water Safe 5/8 In. x 50 Ft. Kink-Resistant Hose - 8612-50' at The Home Depot
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Old 08-03-2009, 03:12 PM   #117
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My old cat loved boxes. Just get a couple of boxes and put them around. They will love you to death. Especially after you fill the sump.
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They didn't have the on i bought on the website but here is a link to pretty much the same thing. Drinking Water Safe 5/8 In. x 50 Ft. Kink-Resistant Hose - 8612-50' at The Home Depot
I think I've seen that in some other store.. I can't remember where but that looks familiar.

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My old cat loved boxes. Just get a couple of boxes and put them around. They will love you to death. Especially after you fill the sump.
I still have a big box from Foster and Smith they can play in. Maybe they will get over losing their party sump lol.
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Make sure they don't get a hold of those green peanuts or you'll be finding them all over the house for months. LOL
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Make sure they don't get a hold of those green peanuts or you'll be finding them all over the house for months. LOL
Been there done that. You find them in places you didnt even know the cat could fit or get too.
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