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you are a idiot😁
No way to snuff the flame if we do not want a 4 hour burn…. bummer.
5 hour …😲
Fantastic job, thank you for sharing 🙂
Rubbish, gel is used for starting fires or emergency stove,you won't get hours of use out of it,try filling a empty tea light tin with it an see how long it burns,you will be lucky if you get 15 mins out of it.totally impractical and will cost you a fortune.
Could you technically do this with a baking tin too?
burns for a long amount of time. Or to use normal English – Burns for a long time.
Please be careful with galvanized steel buckets, when heating this it can be poisoning
What did you use to cut the tin can in half?
A tuna tin would have been safer
Love this! Thank you!
Thanks for the great vid and info! I was trying to find out if the gel fuel could be spread out over a larger area than the can it comes in or to use in an ethanol fire place that has the long rectangle shape burner. Seems like all the warnings say only used the can it came in bla bla bla for safety reasons. Of course there gonna play it safe. Gel is still dangerous if splattered while burning, the Veteran in me wants to use agent orange as an example, you cant just brush it off if it gets on you, that just spreads it out further, best way is to cover it up or baking soda, but if people have half the pucker factor I have when using open flames, should be ok. Someone also mentioned, but good to know that certain materials like stone, rocks, ceramics can "pop" when heated, just like large pieces of pottery being fired in a kiln, if you don't get all the air pockets out of the clay, it could explode in the kiln. There was a mega recall of ceramic gel fire bowls years back, not because of exploding, but because someone tried to refill the bowl when it wasn't cooled down enough and it flashed back and burned 25% of there skin because they tried to brush it off, which made it worse. So there still pretty safe as long as you take precautions and use a bit of common sense. Thanks again for the vid, got exactly what I needed to know!