Repurposed Rain Gutters

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Down Pillow
Down Pillow

Woah! I absolutely LOVE this idea.

C
C

I love this idea but wonder if it isn’t a mold and termite breeder?

Fi
Fi

I love this idea. It is the answer to my quandry on how to have a one season vege garden while renting. thankyou!!

rs
rs

C, gutters are typically made of Aluminum, so mold shouldn’t be an issue. Termites though, no idea… but again, aluminum.
To the Inventor: LOVE IT! I have loads of gutter sections that I didn’t know what to do with… huzzah!

Pandora
Pandora

My mother is getting to old to bend and wed or harvest. This is an excellent idea for her.

Don’t think she’d appreciate taking down her gutters though, lol!

Michele VonHild via Facebook
Michele VonHild via Facebook

Super!!

Sue
Sue

What an awesome idea — I have lots of pieces of left over gutters — think I may attach them to the outside of my deck rail and since the deck sits off the kitchen and gets lots of sun, it would be perfect for herbs and lettuce! AND the bunnies won’t be able to get to it! Thanks! I have a new spring time project to look forward to! Boo-Yah!

Brianna Brightwerth via Facebook
Brianna Brightwerth via Facebook

great idea ….. if your siding can support the weight.

Lisa
Lisa

You could put up some posts off away from the house, and nail the gutters onto the posts to keep pests and varmints away from your house.

Lisa
Lisa

If you cant put posts into the ground, you could get two or more 5 gallon buckets, center the posts in them and pour dirt or even cement them into the buckets. Then make the way the gutters attach detachable and so when storing away, the gutters come off, and the the posts can be moved closer together (if cemented in) or taken completely out of the buckets…

Jeff
Jeff

Nice idea, but I usually try and keep bugs away from my house.

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