High Pressure Garden Helen Hose Helps to Decorate Your Garden

Any plants in your garden plot are in need of constant and adequate watering. It doesn’t matter whether the plants are growing in your garden or this garden ornamental plants or flowers in the lawn. If they are not watered with water, they can quickly languish or even die at all. So there is another question – how best to provide the necessary watering, while not spending a lot of money and time. Our special high pressure garden helen hoses are the best choice for you to solve the problems.


Any color, diameter and length are available.

Flexible, elastic, durable, light weight with excellent adaptability

Excellent weather resistance and high pressure tolerance


It can withstand daily use in the garden or cottage in summer, as the plants need daily watering. However in winter the temperature is very low and the helen hose should not be used but stored in the shed. It is necessary that the helen hose is not collapsed and lost their properties in the cold.

Garden helen hoses are widely used for irrigation and washing in parks, factories and families, gardening, and car spray washing.

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Rattan Square Flexible Tubs

Organise your home using a stylish rattan-look, durable plastic tub which holds up to 43 litres.

The flexible tubs design and inbuilt handles makes it easy to carry, while its classic design makes it fit right in with any decor.

  • Carry solid or liquid contents
  • Flexible tubs design
  • 43 litre capacity
  • Rattan look, square design

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Premium Metal Garden Spray Gun Nozzle

20161110The Garden Spray Gun Nozzle is highly robust thanks to its metal components. And yet it also lies comfortably in the hand, due to the non-slip soft plastic components.

The water jet is infinitely adjustable: from hard jet to fine mist. The robust nozzle sleeve surrounds the body and is both elegant and functional. With this design, the Garden Spray Gun Nozzle can be used for cleaning with the hard jet or for watering with the fine mist.

Depending on the requirement, the water flow rate can be fully adjusted on the nozzle. The lock allows convenient, continuous watering.

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How to Connect a PVC Garden Hose to PVC Pipe

Home and garden projects occasionally require a creative solution to a simple problem. When extending a PVC pipe out to the garden, perhaps from an existing spigot, rain barrel, or gray water system, the homeowner may want to attach a garden hose to the end of the pipe. Whether attaching a spigot or providing a direct connection for the hose, a few tools, hose fitting or spigot, and PVC solvent cement resolve the homeowner’s problem.

Select a Connector

Connectors, also known as couplings or pipe fittings, range from a simple PVC garden hose fitting to a spigot, which allows the homeowner to turn the water on and off at the garden hose and pipe connection. In some cases, a reducer may be necessary to attach the hose fitting or spigot. Before going to the plumbing supply, check the size of the PVC pipe; it is printed on the side of the pipe. When looking at connectors, remember that male parts have the threads on the outside and female parts have the threads on the inside of the connector.

PVC garden hose Fitting

In some cases, a simple threaded hose fitting is sufficient for the homeowner’s needs. The PVC garden hose fitting slips onto the PVC pipe with the threaded end exposed, ready to attach a garden hose. Some hose fittings have threads at both ends, ready to fit onto a threaded connector or reducer.


A spigot, or faucet, allows the homeowner to turn on or shut off the water quickly. The end of the spigot screws onto a connector, which is attached to the PVC pipe. Available in brass or PVC, a spigot is a convenient method of attaching a garden hose to a PVC pipe.


A reducer, or reducing coupling, is a connector that reduces the PVC pipe to a size that fits onto the hose fitting or spigot. For example, attaching a 3/4-inch spigot to a 1-inch PVC pipe requires a transitional piece to ensure a secure fit.

Take Protective Measures

When working with PVC pipe, cutters, connectors, PVC primer, and PVC solvent cement, wear gloves, safety goggles, a dust mask, long sleeves, long pants, and shoes to protect the hands, eyes, lungs, and skin.

Prepare the PVC Pipe

Before attaching connectors or a spigot, prepare the PVC pipe. First, use a ratcheting pipe cutter to cut the end of the PVC pipe square, or flat, so it fits precisely into the connector. After making the cut, use sandpaper to buff the end of the pipe to smooth any sharp or ragged edges. Wipe all parts with a clean rag. A PVC cleaner helps remove lingering dust.

Attach the Pieces

Dry fit all the pieces together to ensure a tight fit. Every part should fit snugly without forcing it onto the next piece, and it should not fall off if turned upside down. Separate the parts, placing them in order according to the assembly.

Prime and Glue

Begin by applying a coat of primer to the PVC pipe and the first piece. Using the attached swab, apply a generous, but not dripping, amount of primer. Before the primer dries, apply a thick coat of PVC solvent cement over the primer. Pause to allow the solvent to soften the PVC surface, and then apply a second coat of the cement. Push the two pieces together, twisting one quarter turn to seal the parts together. Hold them in place for 30 seconds. Repeat the process with additional pieces as needed. Wipe off the excess cement with a clean rag before it hardens.

Wait for 24 Hours

Before attaching the garden hose and testing the connections, wait for 24 hours for the PVC solvent cement to cure. If attaching a brass spigot to a threaded PVC connector, wait until the solvent cement has cured. Use plumber’s tape on the threads and screw the spigot into the PVC connector. Avoid using a male brass spigot on a female PVC connector because it may crack the PVC if tightened too much. Attach the garden hose and turn on the water.

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Helen EVA Recoil Hose

20161103There are many different types of garden hoses for a variety of uses around your home and garden. Choosing the right garden hose to suit your needs makes a notable difference in the maneuverability and life of your hose.

For example, pressure washers require a heavy duty garden hose due to the amount of water pressure going through the hose at any given time, while a flexible garden hose is a great selection for everyday lawn and garden watering. A flexible hose offers 180 degrees of flexibility providing consistent water flow even when bent. A EVA Recoil Hose is another option for a garden water hose. EVA Recoil Hoses are compact and stretch out easily as you water. They are also made to recoil, which eliminates the need for a hose reel, storing easily.

For help finding the right hoses for your home and gardening needs, visit a garden hoses information at our website.

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What Are the Different Types of Flat Garden Hoses?

20161101Not all garden hoses are created equally; nor are they all designed for the same purpose. Flat garden hoses, as the name implies, are flat when not in use, taking up much less space than the standard round hose varieties. Some flat hoses are designed for specific purposes such as sprinkling the lawn; others are flat simply to conserve space.

Sprinkler Hose

A sprinkler hose isn’t a hose designed to hook up to a sprinkler — it is the sprinkler. This hose, typically made of vinyl, lies flat. Some varieties have two or three chambers. This type of hose has many tiny holes in it, but only on one side. Placed with holes facing up, it works like a sprinkler, creating a mist in the air; face down, it soaks the ground beneath it. These are flat primarily so they don’t tip over, keeping the spray of water right where you want it. If the hose is designed to water with the holes facing down, it’s referred to as a soaker hose.

Standard Flat Hose

Some hoses are simply referred to as flat hoses, designed to roll up without much effort while taking up little space. Space-saving hose is another term for this type. Some are designed for marine use on boats, again considered handy because they take up little space in a limited area such as a boat or dock storage bin. Flat hoses are also sold with a hose reel for an all-in-one package.

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