Insulated Water Bucket Covers---any critiques?

texsuze
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Insulated Water Bucket Covers---any critiques?

Postby texsuze » Sat Sep 08, 2018 8:31 pm

SmarkPak has them advertised now. They're like a snowsuit for hanging water buckets. They'd be very useful for all the times I'm either bringing a jug of hot water to the barn to de-ice stall buckets, or for when I cross my fingers and turn on the barn's hot water, hoping the lines aren't frozen somewhere. They are expensive so I'd hope they last.

https://www.smartpakequine.com/pt/smart ... over-11423

If I knew how to sew, and had a machine, I could use the TWO horse blankets which two different commercial cleaners destroyed :evil: , and fabricate my own bucket covers :x

Anyone have experience with these or similar covers?

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Re: Insulated Water Bucket Covers---any critiques?

Postby Hayburner » Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:57 pm

Heads up - They are on sale for 30% off right now!!!

The code is: BrnGrPerk

Not sure how long it's good for but I just got the email today..

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Re: Insulated Water Bucket Covers---any critiques?

Postby texsuze » Tue Sep 18, 2018 3:36 am

Bucket cover arrived today. It would make a most excellent kitty cup! I couldn't access the 30% off sale :( but thanks anyway. I only bought one cover for now, since they're not cheap. Will only get to test it in, oh, probably Dec or Jan when we have our first really freezing night ;)


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