Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

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irrationalsolutions
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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by irrationalsolutions » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:41 pm

it looks good. try it and let us know how it works.
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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by jdempsey » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:26 am

That picture looks like a breast pump.


Go buy some tussin man.. gets you twisted and has a measuring cup with it.

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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by zelph » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:42 pm

I like it.....if the bottle is put in the sun and heats up it will cause the fuel to rise and enter the cup. Just an increase in temp will cause it to rise. Hold your hands around the bottle and warm it up and see if it rises.
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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by realityguy » Mon Feb 08, 2010 1:53 am

I don't think I'd store alcohol in a water bottle,mouthwash bottle,or any bottle that had an injestible product in it before hand unless the label was fully removed and it is permanently marked as FUEL ALCOHOL.That's plain stupidity of a website to tell you to store poison in an aqua fina water bottle...
I use smaller bottles say 4oz ones that I can tell 1/2 a bottle is 2oz..or 2oz bottles where half a bottle is 1oz,etc...or mark them with a sharpie at approximate ounce levels.
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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by jdempsey » Mon Feb 08, 2010 6:55 pm

Well, if you don't ever use those things, and you feel like getting ripped off, order one from brasslite for $6.

http://www.brasslite.com/OrderForms/Acc ... .html#16oz

Although the squirt nozzle they screw onto the measuring side, will probably cause inconsistent results by shooting fuel back up the pressure tube, when you squeeze it while pointing down..

I dunno, I'd just put a regular cap on it.. They use these bottles for liquid fertilizer and pest products also.

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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by zelph » Tue Feb 09, 2010 5:43 pm

jdempsey wrote:Well, if you don't ever use those things, and you feel like getting ripped off, order one from brasslite for $6.

http://www.brasslite.com/OrderForms/Acc ... .html#16oz

Although the squirt nozzle they screw onto the measuring side, will probably cause inconsistent results by shooting fuel back up the pressure tube, when you squeeze it while pointing down..

I dunno, I'd just put a regular cap on it.. They use these bottles for liquid fertilizer and pest products also.
The small one for 5.00 seems like a good deal and size.
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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by imaplugger » Mon Sep 13, 2010 7:48 pm

This isn't new but if you aren't doing it it's worth a try. When using the yellow bottles of gas additive just punch a pin hole in the seal and it won't spill when poured.

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Re: Potential alcohol Fuel bottle

Post by zelph » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:47 pm

imaplugger wrote:This isn't new but if you aren't doing it it's worth a try. When using the yellow bottles of gas additive just punch a pin hole in the seal and it won't spill when poured.
That's the first time I've heard of it and I'll remember to use the idea next bottle of heet........thanks "imaplugger" Welcome to bplite :D 1st post and a great tip :D
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