I've got an outdoor tap which the local kids enjoy turning on and leaving
running. Up to now this hasn't been a problem, but I've just had a water
meter fitted and now I'll have to pay for the water. Does anyone know if
there is such a thing as a lock which prevents a tap from being turned on
without the key?
I've seen outside taps which have removable handles (or more specifically,
they have a handle shaped 'key' to turn the water on - the key is probably
just a square socket or something similar). No idea where to source them
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