Problem 1: No much money
Problem 2: No rubber cork/ appropriate cork, no airlock in your house and city.
Solution: Cover with a common bracket for finishing or metal furniture feet.
You can either put the bracket like a cork (inside) or a cover (outside), depends on the size of the bracket and your botle/jug. In my case it was as a cover.
I do not know if the U.S. has the same type of bottle which I used.
It is very simple and takes little time: the epoxy I used dry in 2 hours
Sorry for the horrible pictures, because I used a 'ching ling' cell to take pictures.
Also sorry for not having the final picture of the fermenter, because I broke the bottle. D'oh!
Also credits to the guy from the hardware store by the idea.
Step 1: Things You Need
- rubber backet
- level hose (thin e flexible)
- epoxy mass
- Cup, glass or container to dip the end of the hose in alcohol to make the airlock
*** If you have an airlock, you don't need the hose nor the container. ***
Step 2: Drill
*** If you have an airlock, make the hole tight to fit perfectly with no room for leakage.***
Step 3: Attach the Hose
This is necessary so that there is no exit or entry of air unless the other end of the hose.
*** If you have an airlock, just fit in the bracket. Be sure that will not leak air. If leaking, seal with some glue. ***