Spraying water hose

Hosting a summer BBQ for family or neighborhood friends? Need a quick and easy way to keep the kids cool? Use this easy DIY pool noodle sprinkler for hours of entertainment!


  1. You will need a foam pool noodle, scissors, duct tape and a hose.
  2. Use the scissors to create a row of small holes on the noodle two to three inches apart. The fewer the holes … the higher the spray!
  3. Next, use duct tape to close off one end of the noodle. To increase the water pressure, use a plastic water bottle cap to help block the opening.
  4. Put the hose in the open end of the noodle – making sure it’s secure – turn on the water and start the fun!


LC 2017-361 



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