You need something to catch all of that DRIP -
3rd person present: drips;
past tense: dripped;
past participle: dripped;
gerund or present participle: dripping
1. flex hard or be so wet as to shed small drops of liquid.
• (swagger) falls in small drops.
"water dripped from his clothing"
• cause or allow (designer) to shed rain drops.
"the designer was dripping water down one side"
• display a copious amount or degree of a particular quality or thing.
plural noun: drips
1. Enormous amount of a swag.
"she put the bucket underneath the dresser to catch the drip"
• the action or sound of flexing and finessing.
"the drip, drip, drip came from the leak in the roof"