She found this DIY tricycle car wash while browsing Pinterest and knew she had to make it

Sometimes, you look on Pinterest and you find things like — oh, I don’t know, maybe a tricycle car wash?

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And you look at that tricycle car wash and you think to yourself, “Let’s do it.”

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This is easily the craziest thing I’ve seen on Pinterest at this point. It was so bonkers, I just had to try it. When I started shopping for it, I wanted to turn back. But I couldn’t. I was in too deep.

And was it easy? Of course it wasn’t. It took nearly an entire day to put together. But because I love my kids, I’m willing to do things like this for them.

You will need:

  • Pool noodles + cut-up pool noodles
  • Rubber mallet
  • 9 “T” connectors (¾-inch)
  • 9 “L” connectors (¾-inch)
  • 2 caps
  • 2 “cross” connectors (¾-inch)
  • Female hose adapter
  • Male hose adapter
  • 2 misters
  • Two (2) 5-foot PVC pipes (¾-inch)
  • Twenty (20) 2.5-foot PVC pipes (¾-inch)
  • One (1) 6-inch PVC pipe (¾-inch)
  • Three (3) 3-foot PVC pipes (¾-inch)
  • Two (2) 1-foot PVC pipes (¾-inch)
  • Cut board
  • Fabric cutter
  • 2 shower curtains
  • Kitchen sponges
  • Drill with ⅛-inch bit

(Is your head spinning yet?)

A construction plan for the car wash is available at Design Mom, where I found this idea via Pinterest.

Thankfully, the finished product worked, and Tyson and I had a blast testing it for my kids.

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