All you need is a bucket, a fan, a bag of ice and a piece of PVC pipe
By Monty Kruger
When it is a hot and sweaty day try this.
If you can't stand another sticky, sleepless night — you can take matters into your own hands.
Building your own air conditioner is easier than you think and only costs about $30. You can pick up everything you need at a hardware store:
- Five gallon bucket
- PVC pipe (threaded or unthreaded)
- Desk-top fan
- Sharpie marker
- Pocket knife
Watch the video to see how to build your very own.
WARNING: Create this cooling system at your own risk. CBC takes no responsibility for any injuries, damages or cool, sleep-filled nights that may occur.