Last week while at my local grocery store, I saw these 1qt food storage containers by Ziploc for $3.29 for two in the package. There were the oz. markings on the sides just what I'm looking for to make some nice enema buckets. I happen to have a couple of 5/16" spouts [really known as barbs ] in my shop.The barbs are threaded and require a 3/8" drill bit to make the hole for the the insertion into the bucket. After I drilled out the hole in the container, I then screwed the barb through the hole, put some silicone windshield sealer around the thread,screwed the 3/8" nylon nut nice and tight on the barb and let dry over night. The spout or barb cost .99.Total cost two 1qt enema buckets $5.49 w/tax
Now to hang the enema buckets, I drilled 1/4" holes opposite of each other about 1/2" from the rim of the bucket. Then I cut a coat hanger 5" from the the center hook and inserted each end into the 1/4" holes on the rim of the buckets, now we attach the barbs on the enema buckets and we are in business.
I then screwed a hook into a stud in the ceiling over my bed, hung a chain on the ceiling hook, then hung the enema bucket on the chain and we are ready for an enema.
With bucket hanging on a chain, I can let it up or down to suit the flow. I usually hang it about 28 inches above the bed. That way I can pour as much solution as I want.
I will mix up two 2qt milk or orange jugs with a soap and saline solution, carry it in the bedroom, turn on the TV. Last night I gave myself three 3 qt enemas and one 3-1/2 qt enema all with my 1 qt enema bucket hanging from the ceiling. The clear plastic enema bucket allow you see just how much you're taking. I have an enema bag I haven't used in 25 yrs. These enema buckets will last forever, not bad for about six bucks. By the way I also have 2 qt and a 3-1/2 qt enema buckets. Sometime I will connect them together by using a plastic "Y" connector [89cts] and enemas nonstop.