DIY Pallet Hot Tub

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IBC tanks and pallets are great resources to have around the homestead for re-purposing projects. Once in awhile a project comes along that combines them in a unique way; such as the DIY pallet hot tub in the video above. According to the builder; he built his version of a hilly billy hot tub for a garden party and it cost him less than £50. The IBC container cost £40, while the pallets, copper pipe and propane tank were free. The other £10 paid for the plumbing connectors. That converts to less than $75 USD; I think it’s time to build an American version!

For those that have an issue with watching youtube videos due to internet connections; below is a brief overview of a similar build from . This build utilizes a pool filtration system so there is more costs involved.

Gather Materials

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Install Connectors And Pallet Skin

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Attach PVC Piping

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Finish Pallet Exterior And Fold Over IBC Top

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Pipe In The Pool Filter And Start Filling

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Trim The Top And Enjoy

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To see a detailed build on instructables click on the link below.

…IBC above ground plunge pool

Enjoy your new DIY Hot Tub!

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