Porch potty – I decided I wanted an outdoor porch potty for her in the yard, so it’s easier to let her out quickly if she needs to go between her walks twice a day. Everyone I saw online was really expensive. Each of the supplies I have listed below is exactly what I used for this project. I built the porch pot for all the liquid to pass through the lawn, to the waterproof box, to a drainage pipe that came out to the grass just outside our yard.
If you choose to use untreated wood for this project, you should paint or stain the wood to protect it from mold and rot. If you choose to use treated wood for exterior doors, you do not necessarily need to paint or stain. Take the 2×6 tables and place them in a square in your workspace. Now it’s time to cut the drain hole. Decide which part of the porch potty frame you want your drain pipe to come out of.
24 Picture Gallery: Diy Wooden Frames Porch Potty
I put porch potty near the details of one of the long sides of the wooden frame. Once your porch potty frame has been joined, it will join the supports that hold your plywood. This step is key to making sure your drain works properly. To have adequate drainage, the plywood must be tilted in the direction in which the drain pipe will be placed, so its supports should be tilted in the same way.
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