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So I had a leaking outdoor faucet that caused water in my basement. I had that fixed, but sometimes the attached hose still drips at the faucet. I want to put something under the faucet to catch any dripping and redirect it. I can’t seem to find anything specific for this purpose. The downspout slabs are too bulky as the faucet is very close to the house. Therefore I need something with a lip that would fit under the faucet. Ideas?

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    Do you live in an area that freezes? And a drip at the faucet meeting the hose means you don't have a rubber washer between the hose and faucet or it is not tightened enough; have you checked that? – UnhandledExcepSean Jan 11 at 15:47

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