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Monday, May 4, 2009

Rain Reserve

My husband and I celebrated our anniversary on Saturday night by dropping the kids off at Grandma's and heading to Benihana for drinks and dinner. I adore Benihana. It was prom night and when we arrived the place was bumpin'. It was full of 17 year old's wearing way too much makeup and cheap mass produced dresses, but hey - they were having a good time! I thought it was going to take forever to get seated but since there was only two of us we were seated rather quickly and to my surprise the company was good fun.

After a few drinks I was asked what I do for a living and I responded that I worked in advertising and then basically explained that I work for the little guys to which one gentleman exclaimed that he was the little guy! I got all excited wondering what exactly he did and that's when I learned that he's the owner and inventor of the Rain Reserve.

The Rain Reserve attaches to your downspout and diverts rainwater from your gutter system into the rain barrel while allowing leaves and other large debris to pass through the diverter and out the downspout. The result is naturally soft rainwater available and ready whenever you need it to water gardens and lawns, trees and houseplants, or for other non-potable uses.

It's so eco-friendly and tres chic!


Rosanne said...

This is a really great idea and product but I don't think it is something that those of us in Washington state would need. I know we get a lot of rain, but what would I use the water in the barrel on? My lawn, plants, etc are already soaked! But it really is a good idea.

Vanessa said...

Great idea...I'll have to check it out!

Jeweltrinkets said...

OOOHHH he needs to come to california!!!

Debbie said...

This is such a great idea. Very eco friendly.

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