It would be one you dig with a shovel and fill with your garden hose. Really.
If you live in a town that has good water pressure and you are using your hose and your neighbor's hose, it should take 24 to 30 hours.
1920's washing machines didn't have a lid. You would have to get the hose from the garden and fill the washer machine up!
Someone would go to the hardware store to purchase a stripper connector replacement for a garden hose to fix it first. Then he or she would use pliers to connect the stripped connector to a garden hose and then it is fixed.
A firehose would. The water of a garden hose couldn't, but the hose itself could
With a standard garden hose, about 24 hours
If you use a garden hose, about 1 to 1.5 hours
The water will flow over whatever is surrounding the pool, and will run towards the lowest part of the garden.
form_title= Garden Hose Reel form_header= Store your garden hose easily with a reel. How long is your garden hose?* _  Where is the hose located?* _  Do you want a hose really that automatically retracts?*= () Yes () No
I would suggest you obtain a PRESTONE flush and fill kit at a auto store. There is detailed directions on the package. Also pick-up a can of flush and a gallon or two of antifreeze. You will be inserting a fitting into the return hose from your heater core and hooking up a garden hose. After the flush is run thru the rad the garden hose does the work. Does a good job.
it takes about 24 hour to fill a 12K gallon pool with a single garden hose. it will depend on water pressure and hose or line size but this should give you a good idea.
The average hose will put out about 5 gallons a minute. That will take 24 hours of steady filling. Depending on the actual output of your hose.
Depends on your water flow at the end of the hose, probably about 5 or 6 hours
Some garden storage options are putting the hose on to the side of your house, called a garden hose reel or to put it in a shed.
Depends on the size, contents, and dimensions of your garden. if it is classed as a small garden it would be about 100 letres, if it is classed as a middleish garden it would be about 500 letres and if it was classed as a large garden it would be about 1,000 letres
Assuming the buckets are identical... Hose 1 fills 1/45 per minute and hose 2 fills 1/30 per minute, so together in one minute they would fill 1/45 + 1/30 ie 5/90 or 1/18, ie the bucket would be filled in 18 minutes.
Garden hose is cockney slang for 'nose' so waxing the garden hose is getting drunkI HAVE NO I DEAD WHERE COCKNEY SLANG CAME FROM BUT IN MY OPINON WAXING THE GARDEN HOSE MEANS MALE MASTERBATION.
750 gallons an hour. Or 12.5 gallons a minute.
An easy way to flush a radiator is to remove the bottom hose from the radiator, and put a garden hose in the top fill hole, turn the water on, on the garden hose and let the water push the water out of the radiator. Do not start the truck. This is for flushing a radiator, not an engine. Dont forget to reattatch the bottom hose and refill the radiator as water will also flow out of the engine and will now be low.
The end of the hose itself usually has a threaded connection - so that would be a "screw". If you have a spray nozzle that is lever-operated, you'd have a "lever" at the end of your hose.
That would completely depend on the flow rate from the source. There Is no standard answer to what your fill rate would be. If you calculate the mount of water coming from the hose by timing how long it takes to fill a 5 gallon bucket, then calculate the volume of the pool, you can then estimate how long the fill of the pool will take.
form_title=Garden Hose form_header=Don't let your lawn wither and dry up - pick the right hose and keep your grass green and healthy! How long does your hose need to be?*= _  Are you planning on connecting your hose to sprinklers and nozzles?*= () Yes () No What is the area of the lawn or garden you wish to cover with the hose?*= _ 
You should not be drinking from a garden hose. They can leach chemicals into the water that are toxic. If you are trying to eat the garden hose, you've got some problems.
The plural form of garden hose is garden hoses.