DIY Flower Pot Heater

DIY Flower Pot Heater

Power go out unexpectedly in your area? Here's a very simple, dirt cheap homemade heater made out of Flower pots and tealights that you can put together in under 5 minutes flat- and here's the kicker, It Actually WORKS. Read More: Article: DIY Flower Pot Heater

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    Default Article: DIY Flower Pot Heater

    Power go out unexpectedly in your area? Here's a very simple, dirt cheap homemade heater made out of Flower pots and tealights that you can put together in under 5 minutes flat- and here's the kicker, It Actually WORKS.

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    Glad to see this. Had seen it on TV but never got the instructions.

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    What size pots did you use?

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    The ones I saw on the internet for sale are more complicated. They had more layers of pots and were screwed together with bolts, washers and nuts. This one is much simpler to deal with.

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    Quick and simple in an emergency! Keeping that idea in my survival bag

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    This is nice to know as we have 'winter weather' for the first time since 1989 in Florida! I've had some friends with power out in a neighboring town earlier this afternoon. I shared this on FB. Thanks for posting!

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    Man, this beats a kerosene heater and appears to be a little safer

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    Do you have to use tea lights or can you use the small candles?

 

 
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