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EZ Ice Rink

How cool is this? EZ Ice is a DIY backyard rink! You can now have the backyard rink you´ve wanted all your life, thanks to this outdoor rink kit. All you need is a flat surface, and then simply snap in place the panels, brackets, and straps, and fill with water! The convenient kit includes everything needed for assembly, no additional tools or materials are required. You can even buy extra parts to increase your rink´s area down the line. watch the video below

You can buy their 20”x40” rink through Amazon, or check out their other sizes including a professional size rink at the EZ Ice website.




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