About Small Hose BagSmall Hose Bag
Welcome fellow Caravaners and Motorhome usersHow do you stow the potable water hose that connects your van/motorhome to the town water supply? That same piece of hose that seems to have a mind of its own and uncoils itself inside the front boot or storage bin unless tied in a hundred places or takes an eternity to coil up so it will fit in that one particular spot reserved only for the hose!!! Do YOU want to stow it away easier without having to pay a fortune to do so, without having to buy an expensive gadget making the hose redundant and having to find another little nook to stow the expensive gadget, because you still need the hose just in case!!!¶ÿ YES it is simple ƒ?? YES it is easy ƒ?? YES it is efficient - YES it is effective NO ITƒ??S NOT EXPENSIVE The Hose Bag is made from a sturdy mesh fabric comprising of 70% polyethylene and 30% polyester. It is stitched with rot-proof thread and is mould resistant and UV stablilised. All this allows it to be durable yet light and flexible. The side wall and front permits any residual water remaining in the hose to drain out whilst coiling the hose and at the same time allows the user to see how much space remains in the bag. The Hose Bag can then be stowed away neatly in the same storage space every time. It will maintain the same size and shape as it was when last stowed.
The Hose Bag is ideal for stowing up to 20 metres of the stiffer type of potable water hose. The hose does not have to be a continuous length and all hose fittings can be left on the hose.
The Hose Bag can also be used to stow up to 10 metres of the ribbed black sullage hose.After you have purchased and used your new Hose Bag you will be amazed at the simplicity and ease of use and wonder how you lived without it !!!! To coil your hose into the Hose Bag, start with a loose hold at the opening of the Hose Bag between the thumb and forefinger of the left hand. Take about 12" of hose in the right hand and push into the bag. Allow the bag to turn and the hose to enter the bag and then support the Hose Bag with the thumb of the same hand pushing the hose. Re grip the thumb and forfinger near the inserted hose and repeat! If you are left handed all you have to do is switch hands! It is simple and comes with little practice!