Great DIY Sink Extender for Kids!

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Great DIY Sink Extender for Kids!

Tania found this pin on Pinterest and we just thought it was great!

I really could have used a sink extender when my guys were little and this wouldn’t have costed anything!

How to Create Sink Extender:

  • Cut an ‘X’ in the bottom of a plastic bottle (keeps the bottle from moving around)
  • Next, cut the top off and along the side as shown.

I would be sure to take some fine grain sandpaper to make sure the edges are not sharp for those curious little fingers.

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  1. Nevin says

    It has always eluded me why bathroom faucet spouts are designed so short. I replaced mine with a $20.00 laundry tub faucet. It has a long gooseneck and it swivels, which makes rinsing the sink easier.

  2. Mojo says

    We thought it was such a clever idea that we had to share and it is nice that you don’t have to buy a thing to do this.

  3. Sheila says

    Great idea for those of us that are disabled and can’t make the reach from our wheelchairs ! Thanks a million ! I really needed this idea.

  4. Amanda says

    i think that an old Wii plastic cover would work too.(plus with the plastic its safer:) Ours seems to get ripped and then we just toss them! will try this to it next time it does that!!!

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