Uses for Oxygen Tubing

Stretchy and soft, oxygen tubing can be used for more than just delivering H2O. There are many crafty and creative uses for excess oxygen tubing. This is a guide about uses for oxygen tubing.

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Question: Uses for Oxygen Tubing

By yvonne ernst 1 1

I need to do something with used oyxgen tubing. It's clear in color and 50ft. long and as round as a straw.

Thanks,
Vonnie in PA

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

July 8, 2005Best Answer

You can use it for bracelets. You can fill them with all kinds of things and find something to clamp the ends together. Search the net there are ideas for this.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

November 14, 2005Best Answer

It is very good to use in the garden for tying tree branches, large flowers, etc. It won't hurt them & lasts a long time in the weather, just make a couple knots & it holds. Cut to whatever length you need.

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By Janice 1 Flag

January 7, 2008Best Answer

I cut it in the Summer to make jump ropes for the kids.

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By Nica 19 85 Flag

November 19, 2013Best Answer

Use for making/ repairing a tabletop fountain. Attach it to the small pump & pull it up through whatever decor you've created.

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