DIY Wardrobe Grow Box

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Tools and supplies you will need:
  • Jig saw or Dremel (To cut holes)
  • Drill (To screw CPU fans/ Make guide holes)
  • Clear heavy duty tape
  • Weather Stripping
  • Poster board *Optional
  • 4' by 8' Metal duct Outlet
Equipment used in the WDGB:​
  • (2) 65 watt each emitting 4550 Photopic Lumens​
  • (2) CPU Fans​
  • (2) 6' Fans​
  • (1) Digital Temp/humidity Checker​
  • Mylar​
 

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I used (2) Cpu Fans from "Best Buy" that are rated at 73.6 CFM each/ Combined Total of 115.2 CFM. I used a Drill to put guide holes to insert the Jig Saw Blade and cut the hole for the CPU Fans. Then I connected the (2) CPU Fans together to the same plug. The I used the 4' by 8' metal duct to let fresh air in.
* Used the Jigsaw to make all openings.

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I drilled a hole on the top of the WD that lead into a diff. compartment were a Surge Protecter is located and all wiring is fed thru.

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I used poster board cover light leeks around the inner part of the door. When I installed the doors there was 1\4 inch gap so I taped poster board to over lap the other door.

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When I was applying the Mylar I noticed that doubble sided tape might have been easier to use instead of clear tape. Also when choosing a surge protector don't go cheap use one that handles alot, I had to learn the hard way. And heres the final product!!!!

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