DIY Misters To Keep Your Patio Cool & Comfortable In The Summer Heat

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If you don’t have fans set up around your patio, consider a simple misting system that relies on the water pressure to propagate the mist, like this one from Amazon. This system comprises individual misters on a hose that attaches to different types of outdoor water spigots. The misters are made of brass nozzles that let out water under pressure. The misters are spaced 3.28 feet apart, and the sections between them are detachable. This way, you can make the line shorter than its out-of-the-box length. You can get this mister in lengths of 26 feet, 59 feet, or 75 feet for $26.99, $42.99, and $52.99, respectively.

Installing this mister shouldn’t take you more than half an hour. Follow this helpful video from @hauz.and.co on TikTok for step-by-step installation. The kit comes with clips that secure the hose and attach to surfaces with a nail. However, if you’re hanging the mister system on a wooden material — like the beams of a pergola — consider buying some o-rings and zip ties to secure the system with a screw rather than a nail. Start by attaching the hose to your hose bib and pull the line to its intended location. You can fasten it to the wall of your house with the clips provided using nails, which work on different types of siding. Once you get the line to the location you need to mist, screw the o-rings into the wood, then use zip ties to hang the line on them. Detach sections you don’t need, then seal the end with the plug provided.

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