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Rural King 5 Gallon Bucket

SKU: 030620010  |

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Rural King 5 Gallon Bucket

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From hauling water to pets and livestock or holding those extra wood scraps in the shop, this durable 5 gallon bucket from Rural King will assist you with any task you need accomplished.

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SKU 030620010
Model 984287
Weight 2.0000
Color No
Size No
Width N/A
In Store Only No
Price $2.99
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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Much better than the orange buckets. Review by Charles Strusz
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Agree. Much better than the hideous orange homer buckets which are the next lowest best price. There is no better deal on 5 gallon buckets anywhere when they are on sale at the local store for $1.99. Sometimes you can even get them with 10% off everything that fits inside! I once managed to fit a string trimmer in one... Stuck out quite a bit but the associate who checked me out didn't blink an eye! . Another time I needed five so I nested them and got them for $1.79 each except for the first one. Fill with pig ears and your dog will love you even more! These are suitable for many tasks around the home and farm. Once sanitized perfect for making beer, wine, cider, kraut, or pickles, Very good for long term food storage. Look for the .99 easy snap lids you don't need a tool to get them off and no sharp edges like the serrated ones. If one gets a little dingy for food, use for kitchen scrap bucket or use to handle feed, seed, or tools, Use one to clean up and store clutter. Make a homeaid chicken waterer with a drip emitter or use one to dispense a roll of binders twine. There are thousands of possible uses - every household need a few of these.

(Posted on 7/16/12)

AWESOME! Review by Alex Reed
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The best 5 gallon bucket around

(Posted on 7/16/12)

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  • From Todd at 7/13/12 9:04 AM
    • Q: Are lids available for these buckets?
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    • A: Hello,

      The lids are available for these 5 Gallon Buckets. The SKU Number for the lid is 090120071.

      Thanks,
      RuralKing.com
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  • From Derek at 7/13/12 9:05 AM
    • Q: The picture does not show a lid... Does this bucket come with a lid? It would help a lot hauling water out so it wasn't sloshing around so much.
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    • A: Hello,

      The buckets do not include the lid. The lids are sold separately. I will be getting a picture of the lid placed up on the new system. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

      Thanks,
      RuralKing.com
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  • From james at 8/24/12 11:16 AM
    • Q: Are these considered "food grade" buckets?
      Found this online:
      "Check the recycling symbol on the bottom of the bucket. The quickest and most reliable way to check for food safety is by consulting the recycling number. This number will be between 1 and 7 and will be stamped between a triangle of arrows. As a general rule, the numbers that are safe for use with food are 1, 2, 4, and 5."
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    • A: Hello James,
      The number 2 is on the bottom of this bucket.
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  • From Michael at 12/18/12 9:16 PM
    • Q: Are these buckets food grade? The number 2 does not ensure this.
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    • A: Hello Michael,
      Yes, there is a #2 on the bottom of the bucket.
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