There are so many creative ways to create drainage systems for indoor cages to keep up with mistings and drippers. Post pictures and descriptions of what works for you here to share ideas!
Here's my drainage... drilled small holes on the floor and placed on top of shelving unit with rubbermaid container underneath. The shelving unit was $30 at Kmart.
Well I've been having some problems with water not going anywhere or building up so I've got a few ideas from members and todays went to lowes..
1.) PICTURE ONE: is the stand I bought ($43.00) it has 5 levels but I only used two. I will use the other 3 when I get more cages.
2) PICTURE TWO: Is the small hole I made in the stand so the PVC pipe can fit to the drain in the tank.
3.) PICTURE THREE: I cut a 2" round hole in the foam board at the bottom of the cage and put the drain plug in.
4.) PICTURE FOUR: Is the 2" PVC pipe attached to the 2" drain plug that is attached to the bottom of the cage.
5.) PICTURE FIVE: The whole cage after it was put back together.
PRICE: Here is what I spent to get this done today. (2) PVC Drain plugs $2.99 each, (1) 12" PVC Pipe $3.99, (1) Drain bucket $1.89, (1) 2" drill bit ($7.99), (1) Hacksaw to cut PVC $7.99, (1) 5 Level Stand $42.99 for a total of $70.83 THIS IS FOR TWO CAGES ALSO not just one Also plant stand was $7.99 just needed something until I get Daves stands..
Here are some pics of my setup along with a few pics of my baby veiled chameleon, Tesla.
Can u link what sink u used to make that pleaseGreat idea!
Here is mine, I don't have a pic underneath since I set it up but I just have a bucket underneath the drain hole in the sink. I also drilled a few holes in the white PVC the plant sits in. I also just realized when looking at these pics, I still have not taken the stickers off yet that have the letters.....LOL
Yes but it really is not that detailed and pretty much has the same picsDo u have a build thread