Step 1 - Cut two,
3-foot lengths of cording and fuse the fiber ends with heat
from a flame or hot nail.
Step 2 - Using a soldering iron
or hot nail, melt pairs of 4 mm diameter holes opposite each
other on the seams of bottle components "A," "B,"
"C" and "D" as in the drawing.
Step 3 - Tie a simple knot in
one end of each cord, then thread each cord through the hole
in the rim of "D," from the inside to the outside
the knot will be on the inside of the reservoir unit "D."
Continue threading the cords from the outside of unit "C"
to the inside to the outside of the base of "B,"
then work inside through the holes just
below the hip (top) of "B,"
Step 4 - Thread the cords from
the inside of column top unit "A," then tie the
ends of cords together with a square knot.
Hang your bottle on a hook and it is ready for loading.