How to Thaw Outdoor Spigots

Learn how to thaw frozen pipes and spigots using a Wagner FURNO heat gun. Frozen pipes can cause a big mess, but a heat gun will help get water flowing!
Project Type
FURNO 750 Heat Gun

What to do when your outdoor spigot is frozen

Meg from Green With Decor used our FURNO 750 Heat Gun to thaw her outdoor spigot!

Prepare your tools

Prepare your Tools

Pick your attachment for the heat gun.

Step #1

Turn on heat gun

Turn on Heat Gun

Turn on your heat gun and set the temperature to 180° F.

Step #2

Heat the spigot with heat gun

Heat the Spigot with Heat Gun

Hold the heat gun perpendicular to your spigot for a couple minutes to melt the ice inside. Be careful not to point the heat gun near your siding so you don’t melt it.

Step #3

Let heat gun cool down

Let Heat Gun Cool Down

Press the power button and let your heat gun cool down.

Step #4

Place heat gun on case to cool down completely

Place Heat Gun on Case to Cool Down Completely

Place the heat gun in the slot on top of the case. After your heat gun cools down, unplug it and put it away.

This sponsored project was created by Green With Decor. For more details on this project, head to Green With Decor’s post: How to thaw outdoor spigots.

Step #5

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