Step 1: Materials and Tools
- 1/4'' Copper Tubing $6.48 for 5 feet at Lowes. Make sure it is pliable.
- Caulk/Sealant $1.28 at Lowes. Food safe caulk would work the best.
- Water bottle- You can find these in the trash.
- Drill with a 1/8 in. drill bit
- Hacksaw to cut the copper tubing
- Measuring device
Step 2: The cap hole
When you finish drilling the hole, try to remove and excess plastic pieces that are in the cap.
Step 3: Cut the tubing
Step 4: Double checking
If the piece of tubing is secure, then we can move on.
Step 5: Seal
This will be crucial when we fill it up with feed.
Then let it dry. To be safe, let it dry for a good 24 hours.