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Re: Water storage containers??
Suggest using non-wheeled containers and setting them on a low-profile
4-wheel dolly (like a furniture moving dolly) .
On Sat, 25 Jan 2003 09:44:53 -0800 Wright Huntley <jwwiii at pacbell_net>
> I had trouble with the wheeled containers eventually springing leaks.
> picked up some (food-grade?) containers at a local grocery
> warehouse (Smart and Final) and found the flat tops made useful work
> surfaces. They were about twice as thick-walled as the Rubbermaid
> containers. Cost under $20.
> Tom wrote:
> > I was wondering what types of containers do you (the group) store
> water in?
> > I am thinking about buying a Rubbermaid 30+ gal garbage pale or
> > along that line. I have used other types of Rubbermaid containers,
> but I am
> > uncertain about their garbage pales.
> > Any suggestions on a container that I might be able to purchase at
> a local
> > Walmart or hardware store would be very helpful. I am finishing up
> trying to
> > setup my last rack of fish tanks and I am in need of a large
> container that
> > I can use to store and heat the water to around 70 degrees.
> > Thanks,
> > Tom Garofalo
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