I wanted a way to have potable water on the fly. I thought perhaps it would save space if I made a sink with which to wash hands and dishes, I could kill... ummm... a few birds with one stone.

The potable water can be used for:

-washing hands/dishes
-moistening rags to wipe down anything/self.

The whole thing is made of reclaimed wood I had laying around, it's held together by drywall screws and a few nails.

Step 1: Supports:

These are about 20" long. They are the 4 corners that carry the weight of the 7 gallon water jug.

Measure yours to whatever Length you need.
swu3: it works quite nicely and I don't need to stay close to water sources as much!<br><br>DSC: it isn't pleasant on the back without the mattress, but it sure works great as a table for when I'm near wifi:) I like to sleep on firm platforms (better for my back), and as far as aesthetics goes, I was aiming for wood-construction and functionality. Over-all: I'm very pleased:) WIN!
<p>Clever, and cheaper than those fancy ceramic 2 gallon ones, which also need a stand. Nicely done.</p>
That mattress thing doesn't look very pleasant.

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