Cham Drainage Stand!


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My father and I have been working on this for a long time. In all it cost around 400$ to make.

Completely water-rot/mold/whatever else water related PROOF.

Took the PVC bottom of the cage out and placed it in the new stand, which has a sloped bottom and drain.

Front is plain, back has a rounded rectangle opening for a bucket.


In all this thing is like 7 1/2 feet tall. Never seen Monty so active.



Of course the first thing he has to go do in his new cage stand is poop on it. :p




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What materials did you use?

I'm not exactly sure, but I did tag along on most of the home depot trips.

-Silicone sealant
-Wood glue
-Thin wood siding
-Wood trim
-Plastic shower interior (for bottom)
-1 drain
-Hardibacker screws
-Black water resistant paint
-Foam strips (under the cage to prevent crickets from escaping)
-Some weird cement stuff to put the hardibacker together
-Plastic strips to water seal the bottom

Overengineered......I LIKE IT!:D

Yep! It looks just like all our other furniture too.

Very nice! You two did a great job.

Thanks dude!
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