Not directly near the gas tank, but in an open space in the garage. I
touught about the possibility of a fire but I don't see it as any more
dangerous than any other flame in a garage. My main concern was burning
the paint off the cars that the heater was between. After a few hours of
use it didn't seem as if it would happen.
On Sun, 25 Jan 1998, Bud Krueger wrote:
> You aren't using this around a car that contains gasoline, are you?
> Bud Krueger
> Art Pfenninger wrote:
> > Yesterday I had a chance to try out my propane heater, the verdict is IT
> > WORKS GREAT! I didn't want to run a gas line 100 feet to my
> > garage, so instead I bought a $39 dollar portable propane heater that
> > mounts to the top of 20 lb cylinder. I was working is a close confine with
> > only about 2 feet between cars in the garage. I first set the valve to
> > high but within 5 minutes turned it down to low. I was so warm that all I
> > had on was a sweat shirt (and pants). I also was using a 500 watt work
> > light that produces a lot of heat by it's self. You can get the heaters at
> > Home Depot and they run for about 40 on a tank of gas.Harbor Freight has
> > one on sale for $42 that puts out about 1000 or 2000 more BTU's.
> > ...Art