Suncast 100 ft. Hose Hideaway Review

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In some ways, I am a minimalist. I dislike clutter and eyesores in or around my home. That doesn’t mean that I don’t have any hot spots like that in my house, because I do. We do live here after all,  but I try to eliminate as many as I can when I have the time and resources to do so. Even if it just means that I find a place to hide the some of the clutter, I am ok with that because some clutter is necessary. One of the areas that I have really been wanting to get cleaned up this year is our front yard. It had been pretty neglected and is missing the mark entirely when it comes to curb appeal.

Our hose, which I would guess is about 50 feet, was hanging on your average aluminum wall mount on the house. Not terrible, but not very pretty either. Also, having to pull the bulky hose off and try to keep it all untangled was a big pain. Then putting it away when it is likely wet and somewhat dirty was not high on my list of fun things to do. There had to be a better way…

Thankfully, I was sent a 100 ft. Hose Hideaway from Suncast so that I could try it out and tell you all about it. I LOVE IT! To me, the hose is one of those necessary clutter items I was talking about and this box is the perfect way to hide it when it’s not in use. Not only that, but it has a reel handle to spin the hose in when I am done so I don’t have to wrestle with wet, muddy hose anymore. Yeah!

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This Hose Hideaway was so easy to get set up. As you can see, it comes complete with stakes, to keep it held down to the ground. Definitely take a few minutes to get those in. The hose is so heavy, you really need those stakes holding the box to the ground.

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It also comes with a leader hose. That’s the one I used to connect to the faucet and the box. My actual hose is connected to the spout inside the box.

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I just twisted it to the spout and turned on the hose to test it. I was thrilled that there were no leaks! Once you have your stakes in and hoses all attached you are ready to reel it in. That’s the best part.

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Just turn the handle and the hose comes all in. Shut the lid and you are done. Eyesore eliminated!

Buy it: Go here to find out where you can get your own Suncast Hose Hideaway.

Disclosure: I received free product as part of this review. All opinions stated are my own.

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