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Learn how we converted a water heater drip pan into the perfect place for kids to play with toy boats. With these easy tips, making your own will be smooth sailing.
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Using pliers, remove the drip pan's PVC drain fitting. Insert a rubber stopper in its place.
Set the pan on a level surface in your yard. Backfill soil or sand against the sides of the pan to create a stable base.
Fill the pan with water, then float your boat! Remember, young children and toddlers must have adult supervision while playing in the pond.