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API 645 Bird Bath Bowl with Tilt-to-Clean Deck Rail Mounting Bracket
Un-heated Bird Bath with Tilt-to-Clean Deck Mount. The bowl is 20" x 2" deep. The shape of the rim is designed to be easily grasped by a bird's talons making it a natural perch and, as a result, encourages landings. Includes a mounting bracket that firmly attaches to deck rails. The bath can be tilted for cleaning without removing it from the rail.85% (5)
Birds enjoy drinking, playing and bathing in many pools of water, whether splashing in a puddle brimming from a pothole, water treatment reservoir, or a public fountain. However, some of these swimming areas are tainted by oil and gasoline run-off, sewage, residue from a road's tar or asphalt, or heavy chlorination. Such unnatural impurities may actually leave a bird dirtier post-bath and endanger its physical wellbeing. While controlling the water quality of every puddle in the world is impossible, bird lovers can at least provide a safer bathing pool for feathered friends by installing a home birdbath and keeping the basin stocked with clean water. To help encourage frequent refills of fresh water, Allied Precision Industries (API) created this birdbath model with a hinged mount to enable easy disposal of dirty, stagnant water.
Simple in appearance to fit into any outdoor decor, the birdbath basin features plastic construction that fares well through all weather conditions. Birds come to rest on the basin's rim, which is designed specifically to accommodate a natural talon grip. The basin affixes to API's unique EZ-Tilt-To-Clean deck rail mount. A sturdy hinge allows users to flip the basin over to quickly dump dirty water over the railing. The mount uses a screw clamp to grip a rail, needing no drills for installation. To best attract birds, place the birdbath in a sheltered southeast location and stock with fresh water regularly. The bath measures 20 inches in diameter with a 2-inch depth. This item weighs 4.9 pounds upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling
Earlier this summer while off Daufuskie Island in South Carolina, we came across a treasure trove of sand dollars on a sand bar. There were literally hundreds of them bleaching in the sun after a very low tide. We carefully picked some of them up to bring home with us. And yes, we only choose sand dollars that were dead. Below is a YouTube time-elapsed video showing the way a live sand dollar moves that my kids enjoyed. Once we got our sand dollars home we gently rinsed, cleaned any sand or mud off of them and set a few out on the deck rail to bleach a little longer in the sun. Mix 1 part bleach with 2 parts water and soak the sand dollars for no more than 20 minutes or they will become to brittle. Place them carefully on a towel to dry. After they are completely dry, mix 1 part white glue and one part water. We then dipped each of our sand dollars in the glue solution and sponged them smooth after we took them out. Place them on a smooth surface with the back down to dry. Once they are dry, you can decide if they are hard enough for your project. If not, just repeat the process.Cleaning Under the back deck
I recently decided to clean/strip the underside of our back deck using a high pressure water sprayer (using tanked rainwater). I was amazed at how well it worked. In fact for a large percentage of the deck I was able to remove the paint, in preparation for a repaint. As you can see from this before photo, it was in a pretty sorry state.
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