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So I was browsing the Self Sufficient 'ish' sometime last year and came upon the article titled Keeping your cool, Replacing the Humble Refigerator by a guy named ...
The supplies are pretty simple:a tin can big enough to fit your beverage containeran unglazed terra cotta flower pot big enough to fit the tin can and some ...
If your pot has a hole in the bottom for drainage, this will need to be sealed. Otherwise, sand and water will leak right out. To do this, ...
Next, add a little sand to the bottom of the pot. The idea is to provide enough so the tin can will rest on it, but not so ...
Use a piece of rubber tubing to provide a fill tube. The idea is to make it big enough that you can actually add water (and to provide ...
I found that the fill tube didn't seal against the cement so when I added water, it just leaked out around the edges of the tube and barely ...
Once everything is good and dry, you're all set to go. I use a funnel to get enough water into the fill tube to let it wick into ...
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