Add Running Water to Your Workshop - DIY Solution
Learn how to add running water to your workshop with this cheap, easy DIY solution. If you're like me and don't have a sink or running water in your shop, then you'll benefit from this quick, easy, inexpensive setup.
There are many tasks in a workshop that are helpful to have running water for such as: washing your hands, rinsing tools after sharpening, cleaning tools, cleaning brushes, filling up smaller containers of water, cleaning blades or adding water to mixtures.
Installing a sink with full running water can be expensive in a building with no existing water service run to it. While this DIY solution won't do everything that a full sized utility sink with full running water will, it serves the vast majority of workshop needs. I hope you find this solution helpful for your shop space and if so be sure to let me know.
Plywood Box Part Dimensions:
1/2" plywood Sides (x2) - 7-3/8" W x 10" L
1/2" plywood Front & Back (x2) - 7-3/8" W x 8" L
5/8" plywood Top (x1) - 9" W x 13" L