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[Princess Auto] 500,000 BTU Propane Torch Kit $24.99

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[Princess Auto] 500,000 BTU Propane Torch Kit $24.99

Need a propane tank

10ft hose

Used it at my parents for weeds on their garden and it worked like a charm.

Use it for various tasks - weeds, roofing, melting snow and for those who want to torch a lot of meat after sous vide

Remember this has 500K vs the Bernzomatic 10K?

Let the sous vide arguments begin.
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Use it to melt snow the plow leaves at the end of your driveway
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Propane tank killed it for me
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You can also use it to melt bitumen strips to repair cracks in your driveway...
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Yeah, if that's the one I saw at a construction site, I wouldn't use this for sous vide, especially in a kitchen or a condo
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iwells wrote: Used it at my parents for weeds on their garden and it worked like a charm.
how long do you hold it over the weed?
Is it a quick heat or are you trying to burn them?
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until they turn black....which caused a massive smoke...then i went over them wilting them...don't need to get close....needed multiple attempts because veg garden was full of weeds


raskal wrote: how long do you hold it over the weed?
Is it a quick heat or are you trying to burn them?
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sous vide is fine....u'll just need to find that sweet spot as far as distance.

not recommend to use it inside...that would be a funny insurance claim IMO
Nikhilvoid wrote: Yeah, if that's the one I saw at a construction site, I wouldn't use this for sous vide, especially in a kitchen or a condo
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iwells wrote: was tempted to use it on my concrete stairs to melt the ice....

I'd try it...I don't think in -20 it would that effective...but close to 0 or above sure...
You going to crack the concrete....
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My neighbour caught his house on fire with one of these in Aug, caught a bush burning weeds. Still not repaired.
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Crowbarfoot wrote: My neighbour caught his house on fire with one of these in Aug, caught a bush burning weeds. Still not repaired.
Yeah. I don't know if these should be available without some training or even a license. Some drunk guy showing off to his friends?

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