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Galvanized Watering Cans

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These watering cans harken back to the good old days spent helping Grandma in the garden. Sturdy construction and a galvanized seamless finish make these watering pails long-lasting and practical for the novice or master gardener.
  • Made from heavy-gauge steel, hot dipped in pure zinc to resist rust and seal seams
  • Spouts and handles are securely welded to body
  • Rust-proof galvanized rose head for fine watering
  • Small- 8"H, 8 qt.
  • Large- 12 qt, 12"H
  • Made in Mexico

Customer Reviews of Galvanized Watering Cans
Product Rating: 3.3 out of 5.0(6 reviews)
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- 8/8/2010
said: Patty D
"Love the can! The 2 gallon is the right size for my container plants, just a couple of trips to the rain barrel and everything's happy."
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- 5/1/2010
said: Bev
"This was purchased as a gift and the receiver was very pleased with it's size & quality. Feels it will last a long time as a remembrance of a special birthday."
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- 3/27/2014
said: Carole Simon
"I was VERY disappointed that the sprinkle head is NOT removable. You should state that in your catalog/online description of the product."
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- 2/22/2010
said: krista
"Delivery was quick. My product arrived with a small dent. Product does not live up to my expectations; the spout leaks and dribbles water after pouring. Too much money for what it is. Sprinkle head works well. I like the dual handle system, the side handle makes for easier, steadier pouring."
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- 10/11/2012
said: Naomi Thomasee
"I searched for a long time to find the right watering can. This seemed ideal, I like that it is solid, large opening at the top for filling from my rain barrel. BUT this is a shoddy product, the galvanising is the roughest I have ever seen, it has drips of galvanising on it, the handles molded plastic is sharp, the rose is not removable, which seems to me is an exremely important part of a functional watering can. I think I will keep it, but I am not impressed. In summary it is pretty solid for the price.My search continues for "the" watering can."
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- 5/21/2009
said: Lefferts Historic House
"The look of the pump works well but even their smallest size is just too big for my children and in the garden. Also, many of the cans that I have bought have lasted year and they form holes in their bottoms or the nozzle breaks right off to the point that you wouldn't even be able to replace the nozzle."
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