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Disposing of bad gasoline

This is a discussion on Disposing of bad gasoline within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by hawgrider Get rid of your gas and router problems...Kill to birds with one stone. How many time have I wanted to call ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Get rid of your gas and router problems...Kill to birds with one stone.


    How many time have I wanted to call Comcast and tell them to FO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prepared One View Post
    How many time have I wanted to call Comcast and tell them to FO
    Too funny... Words to live by from Uncle Rob!
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    Here, most oil change places accept used oil. It has gas in it. Gas with a little oil in it wont hurt.
    Evaporation will take a long time, unless you spread it out.
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    I have a few huge brush piles I burn each winter. Bad gas gets mixed with used motor oil.

    Sometimes it's good rabbit hunting when you touch off a pile.
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    You could use some as a solvent for cleaning and degreasing equipment parts.

    I've got a burn barrel and a couple times a year I'll pour some gas mixed with oil in the burn barrel, wait for the fumes to dissipate then light it up to burn trash.

    I like Deebo's suggestion to take some to your local oil change guy.
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    Find a liberals lawn....

    No, don't do that. I'm kidding...I'm just kidding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Get rid of your gas and router problems...Kill two birds with one stone.

    OK, when they come to round up the malcontents, that guy will be at the front of the line. That was a good video.
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    Great thinks. Hadn't thought about using some of it as solvent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marica View Post
    Great thinks. Hadn't thought about using some of it as solvent.
    Likely won't be of much good if it is that old. Of course some times you get luck smell it ( don't snort it) Is it stale or does it smell like gas. If it smell good add to something that burn gas little at a time. Just don't shake it up or pour the last little bit in.
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    After giving it a bit of thought, I think you should make a flame thrower.
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