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[Princess Auto] 16 Litre Stainless-Steel Pail $9.99

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[Princess Auto] 16 Litre Stainless-Steel Pail $9.99

I brought two 16 Litre Stain-Steel Pail for $20.
Regular price for each pail is $24.99
Saving of 60% on each pail.
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I also like them.
I use it for holding my filtered oil from deep frying.
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would this be good to store/extinguish charcoals?
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I wonder if Odo sources his pails from PA
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Are these good as veggie scrap (compost) pails?
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SSJChar wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2019 3:27 pm
would this be good to store/extinguish charcoals?
Sure, as long as the surface the pail on isn't flammable.
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SSJChar wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2019 3:27 pm
would this be good to store/extinguish charcoals?
Yes it appears to be OK. No flammable parts at all.
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I need a large ash bucket, this one is too small. Does anyone know where to get a large stainless steel pot with a lid? Something like a stockpot but more than 20 liters, Very thin stainless would be fine, I'm sure I've seen some over the years in places like Giant Tiger. Turkey fryers would be the right size but they are usually aluminum which would get eaten by corrosive ashes.
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Great start for a mini stovetop moonshine still
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Shaynelle wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2019 5:38 pm
Are these good as veggie scrap (compost) pails?
Yes but I personally find it pretty big to have on the counter (if that was your plan).

I was there today and the 9L looks to be much better for that purpose. An employee said the 9L typically goes on sale often enough too and he thought for $4.99.

So I'm holding out for that one for our countertop kitchen scraps.
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SSJChar wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2019 3:27 pm
would this be good to store/extinguish charcoals?
AFAIK I wouldn't, stainless steel isn't the best for high temperatures. It will essentially burn off the chromium from the steel.
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flame02 wrote:
Aug 25th, 2019 11:37 am
AFAIK I wouldn't, stainless steel isn't the best for high temperatures. It will essentially burn off the chromium from the steel.
Charcoal will not "burn off the chromium" from a stainless steel alloy.
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death_hawk wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2019 5:53 pm
Sure, as long as the surface the pail on isn't flammable.
So it should be inflammable ?
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