Plumbing Glazed Pottery Into Fountains

Published on July 1, 2011

Place PVC female adapter on PVC pipe, thread onto fitting
Place PVC female adapter on PVC pipe, thread onto fitting

This inexpensive technique makes for a quick and watertight adaptation of glazed pottery into a fountain. Use of PVC standpipe allows plume of water at top and an easy way to drain pot in cold weather.

**What You’ll Need**

Drill
½˝ Masonry Drill Bit
¾˝ PVC Female Adapter
¾˝ Thread x 1˝ Barb Fitting
¾˝ PVC Pipe
Underwater Epoxy
Circular Saw
Cardboard or Carpet to put under pot while working on it

*Please see the pictures for the 9 steps for plumbing glazed pot into a fountain.*

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