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What is propane good for?
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bac0nfat;153396 Wrote:
redeye202;153387 Wrote:Cooking, heating water, heating your home, running a generator, lighting, fueling your vehicle, running a refrigerator, drying your clothes.

Lol did you read the original post? I asked what propane is best at, not everything it can possibly be used for.

It's best for whenever you need to transport a gas fuel. Propane is a by product of natural gas and crude oil production so it's more expensive per cubic foot.

If you care about the greenhouse gas nonsense the greenies are pushing, it's no where near as good at trapping heat as natural gas.
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#12
JustinHEMI;153383 Wrote:It's not good for anything. As a favor, I'll pick it up and get rid of it for you.

Justin

Let me know when you'll be passing by on the turkpike with the tank, I have these tracers I've been dying to try out.
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streaker69;153398 Wrote:
JustinHEMI;153383 Wrote:It's not good for anything. As a favor, I'll pick it up and get rid of it for you.

Justin

Let me know when you'll be passing by on the turkpike with the tank, I have these tracers I've been dying to try out.

Which one is you just so I know who to look for on the turnpike?

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bac0nfat;153396 Wrote:
redeye202;153387 Wrote:Cooking, heating water, heating your home, running a generator, lighting, fueling your vehicle, running a refrigerator, drying your clothes.

Lol did you read the original post? I asked what propane is best at, not everything it can possibly be used for.

The title of the thread does say "What is propane good for?" and it is "good for" all those things .... Shrug
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goofin;153385 Wrote:
Ten*K;153377 Wrote:I can tell you what its not good for... grilling.

Hybrid hot water heater? Fireplaces? Explody ballons?

And why is that? 20 plus years of using it and no problems.

Lol... just stirring the pot. I dont even grill.
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You were right, it's not good for grilling. Leaves an awful taste in the food.
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