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As a card carrying member of the Procrastinators club, I found myself looking into the face of a Home Depot clerk who says "Faucet covers, SERIOUSLY - TODAY!?!? We have been out of them for a week!!!"

SO - I am digging into my garage looking for duck tape to wrap around the newspaper on my hose faucets, when I see a quite elegant and simple solution to my problem. My outside faucets are now protected from the elements with 3 AVET Neoprene Reel covers. Works like a friggin charm!!

Dawned on me that old beer koozies would do the trick as well.

I love it when stuff just comes together.
 

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Beer koozies! I have so many of those and was just wondering what I was going to use last minute. 2Cool has all the answers.
 

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Nahh - thats a waste of good shark bait (ooo-ha-ha)
 

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'r you could do-like-i-do and just strap neighborhood cats around'em
Damnnnnn, I love it when someone just hits you with one of those sharp assssss one liners that makes you just roll!!!!!!!! Thanks Billfisher. Now that I know how to give green you are my first.:brew2:
 

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I wraped my 4 hose faucets with 4 old t shirts and duct tape.
 

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towels, shirts, et cetera

Ya'll just be careful when wrapping in towels & shirts. If they get wet & freeze, it actually makes it worse because it gets the pipes colder quicker. If you do take the shirt/towel route, it is best to then warp in a trash bag to 'waterproof' & then duct tape. Hope nobody has any problems!!
 
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