26 April 2006

Homemade "dryer" for your hydration pack

Camelbak dryerScott recently waxed poetic about his Camelbak as a solution to his kids' never-ending thirst. The only problem: ours takes a long time to dry out, and sometimes smells a little...funky. Solution, a la Make: Blog: a beautifully simple Camelbak dryer.

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We use the Camelback Cleaning Kit, but the hangers have no place to hang the tube. Great idea!

Awesome hack! Thanks to Scott and Make.

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