How do I store my RainSaucer?
by RainSaucers Inc. on August 13th, 2016
Unless it rains year round in your area, you will most likely have a Season when you will not be collecting rain. For those on the West Coast, that Season is Summer (no rain just 5 months of Drought). In the Northern regions of the Midwest and East, that Season is Winter (our products are not rated for snow). During those off-Seasons, we highly recommend you store away your RainSaucer to increase its longevity. Fortunately, take down is easy and there are multiple ways to store the RainSaucers disks.
- Hanging on the wall: in our experience, the holes at the outer edges are strong enough to support several months of placement on a hook or nail. Wall hanging is also a nice space saver.
- Standing upright between wall and rack: the disks are thin enough that they can easily slide between the wall and a storage rack in the garage. The key is to make sure the fit is tight so that there is no buckling at the bottom.
- Roll up and store in a rain barrel (see photo): if you’re storing your RainSaucer and rain barrel both, why not put one inside the other? The RainSaucer disks can be rolled into a cylinder and dropped into your open top barrel, drum or container.
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