Homemade “Metal Can” Air Heater!

This will come that will come in handy during an emergency using only three components: a soup can, a roll of toilet paper, and 70% isopropyl alcohol. This is a homemade Metal Can Air Heater. No grid power needed (run on alcohol),  and it delivers high temps. It is great for heating and cooking.  Perfect to use during SHTF/emergency, camping, hiking, hunting or even everyday use.  It is made with only 3 items (metal can, alcohol and toilet paper).  It can easily be “converted” into a stove.   The fuel used: 70% isopropyl alcohol. These cans  can be used to “convert” the heater into a stove and cook anything…. This is Simply amazing! Ready to try it?

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7 Responses to Homemade “Metal Can” Air Heater!

  1. ayietim1 says:

    It’s worth having.


  2. Idon'tknow! says:

    yeah, I can see someone burning down the house with that.. …


  3. Ann says:

    Could you add citronella oil to make it an insect repellent candle?


  4. lucy says:

    really should have put the Benny Hill music to this!!


  5. Becky Taylor says:

    Awesome! So helpful for future survivor skills. I am going to try all of these and get prepared. Thank you for sharing these.


  6. Lee MayJah says:

    we used to make something similar and a lot less dangerous as kids.. Instead we would use cardboard and melt wax and pour it in & the cardboard would absorb it and also act as a massive wick of course these are not practical and massively dangerous for the home or family camping trip but for survival enthusiast they would be brilliant in cold habitats, anywhere else you would or @ least as a survivalist be capable of lighting and sustaining a fire pretty easy…. Think i would still stick with the wax and cardboard : )


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