Kitchen Sink Side Sprayer Prank

Introduction: Kitchen Sink Side Sprayer Prank

This is a classic prank. It is fast and easy, and only requires packaging tape, a side sprayer, and a victim.

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Step 1: Tape Down the Button

Take a towel, and wipe down the handle of the sprayer to get rid of any moisture that would cause the tape to not stick properly.

Now simply take a piece of packaging tape(It doesn't need to be too long. A couple of inches should do it), and wrap it around the button on the side sprayer. Wrap it tightly so the button won't pop back up.

Make sure the smooth out the wrinkles on the front of the sprayer where the victim might see it.

Step 2: Test It Out

Turn on the water, and make sure the water comes out of the side sprayer properly.

Now just put the side sprayer back, and make sure it's facing forward.
Now just wait for an innocent victim to come along, just wanting to wash their hands...
Have fun!

WARNING: Mothers usually don't appreciate this prank as much as other people...

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    5 Discussions


    11 years ago on Introduction

    My girlfriend mom did this to her boyfriend then she un did it so then my girlfriend put it back on and got her mom.One thing she never took it off so my girlfriend got it right back when she got home.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    i did this to my stepdad actually and he left it like that and when i got home from school i forgot all about it and... well.. the plan backfired on me! but... it was pretty fun! :)


    11 years ago on Step 2

    ill try it----muhahahhahhahhhahahaahhahahaha


    12 years ago on Introduction

    Good trick! This seems fairly harmless other than wasting some water and/or making the floor slippery. Reminds me of the drinking fountains we would plug one of the holes to make them shoot out with a long stream. Most public fountains these days don't have any pressure at all :-(