So I've been looking for other options for cloning than using rockwool. I initially bought a 27g tote from Sam's with a plan to build an aeroponic cloner. Heres a link to a nice video on how to build one, with measurements. But, I simply dont have the time right now. So I kept looking and I found a few videos of people who built a bubble cloner. This seemed like the perfect alternative. Right now I have 7 clones going, but only 2 buckets in veg operating on a 6 port pump - leaving me with 4 air lines not being used. I also had 4 small 2x1" air stones sitting around. I ordered some 2" net posts and some 2" neoprene collars off Amazon. They arrived yesterday. Tonight after dinner I took a trip to Wallyword to pick up a 4 gallon heavy duty black/yellow tote for $6. I lined up the cups on top of the lid and drew around them with a Sharpie. I then cut nine 2" holes to hold the cups. The lid was yellow and transparent, so I took it out to the garage and gave it a couple coats of black paint. While it was drying, I cut two 1/4" holes near the top of the tote for the air lines, one on each side. I had a couple splitters and extra air line and laid it out in the bottom of the bucket/tote and attached the air stones - making sure to have equal length of air line off the splitter to each stone. I then filled the tote with 2 gallons of water and turned on the pump. This seemed like the perfect height as I watched to how high the bubbles went on the walls of the tote. I added some root stimulator and PHd the water to 5.9. I then got my cups and neoprene unpacked and ready. One nice idea I found was to cut out the net part of the cups. This would allow the plant to be moved easier without damaging the roots when it was ready to move. The collars and upper cups hold the clone in place just fine. Last was to simply move the clones into the system. I forgot to grab a clear tote for a dome. But, an idea one guy had was to simply drill a few small holes in the top to allow small amounts of water to splash up every so often. He felt it would raise the humidity enough that you wouldnt need a lid. Not sure if I trust that though.(?) Right now i just turned up the humidifier. I'll decide what I'm gonna do tomorrow. An inexpensive idea for cloning. Sorry if it's been shared before, I'm relatively new here. Pics attached.