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    My take on the PVC poolside table

    Borrowing from the designs posted in this thread, PVC Tray Holder For Intex Metal Frame Pool (I Should Patent This!)!) This is the variation that I ended up with. This was an easy, cheap diy pool project that anyone could do in an hour or so. My version has a non removeable tray, that is simply an old storage tote lid, cut to fit, and zip tied to the PVC table frame. With it being zip tied, it won't hold water, and, the PVC frame provides a raised edge to keep items in place.

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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    Nice job!


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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    Sweet! Thanks for sharing! I was playing with PVC last week and have some leftovers. I might give something like this a go!
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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    here is the one that i did. so very simple after a trip to home depot.
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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    Nice! I see a project for me! What size PVC pipe did you use?
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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    Quote Originally Posted by Glock View Post
    Nice! I see a project for me! What size PVC pipe did you use?
    I used 1/2 inch pipe and fittings. The 45 degree elbows I used, were 3/4 inch with bushings, simply because my local Lowes was out of the 1/2 inch, and, I didn't feel like wasting gas going some where else to get them, lol. The original design thread I linked to has a good parts list in it. Also, when I cut the two large T fittings that go on the pool frame, I only removed a strip approximately 3/4 inch wide. This allows the T's to snap over the pool frame, and still have a good hold that will not slip off unless intentionally removed.

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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    Here is the tray I made a couple of weekends ago
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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    Gtty - I love the cabana for your pump and filter!

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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    I really like that cabana also. Give us a close up of that if you don't mind

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    Re: My take on the PVC poolside table

    Quote Originally Posted by chayne View Post
    I really like that cabana also. Give us a close up of that if you don't mind

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    I'll try to take some photos this evening. My sewing really has a lot to be desired and it didn't turn out as professional as I would have liked, but it does the trick and keeps the rain and splashed saltwater off my pump motor, which is what killed the previous motor.
    Intex 18ft dia. Ultraframe, 6500 gal. above ground Intex pool with Hayward C550 cartridge type filter and Intex Krystal Clear Ozone and saltwater system model ZS8110, Taylor K-2006 test Kit, Pool filter supplemented with Duda Diesel 1 micron filter bag
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