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Top 39 Pvc Projects

  1. 1. Desperate on Dogwood Part 2 (05:56)

    In a quiet, secluded neighborhood, this landscape screams for help.

  2. 2. Installing Slat Wall Storage (01:00)

    Here's a Garage Mahal quick tip on installing slat wall storage.

  3. 3. PVC Shear (00:44)

    When it comes to cutting PVC pipe, this tool makes it go faster than ever.

  4. 4. DIY Kids' Tent (03:02)

    DIY shows how to make a simple tent with PVC pipes and plastic sheets.

  5. 5. Desperate on Dogwood Part 3 (05:59)

    In a quiet, secluded neighborhood, this landscape screams for help.

  6. 6. PVC Tubing 101 (03:34)

    PVC Tubing 101 from the experts at Plumbing Basics.

  7. 7. How to Make an Industrial-Style Headboard With PVC Pipes

    Learn how to create an industrial-style headboard out of PVC pipes with these instructions at DIYNetwork.com.

  8. 8. Adult Backyard Getaway (03:32)

    The crew helps two parents create a getaway right in their own backyard.

  9. 9. Funky Holiday Wreath (00:02:00)

    This funky wreath is made of PVC pipe for a one-of-a-kind holiday look.

  10. 10. Flexible Plumbing System (01:31)

    See how PEX plumbing systems save time, money and hot water usage.

  11. 11. PVC Planter

    Build a hip elevated planter from PVC pipe! It's a great way to bring your plants up to eye level and give your garden more dimension, ...

  12. 12. Desperate on Dogwood Part 4 (02:15)

    In a quiet, secluded neighborhood, this landscape screams for help.

  13. 13. Master Appliance Triggertorch (01:20)

    This butane torch's attachments solder, sweat copper pipe and cut plastic.

  14. 14. Updating a Porch with PVC (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for updating a porch with PVC.

  15. 15. How to Make a Nautical-Inspired Headboard With a Sail

    Learn how to make an industrial-style headboard with a nautical twist using PVC pipes with these instructions at DIYNetwork.com.

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