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When are you planning to put in the RC system in there. Would really love to see that.
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You definitely can, it works the same. But vegetable oil is usually yellow tinted. I think clear oil like baby or hair oil just looks better.
You're welcome. I did regret not adding some aquatic figurines in there later. Will be more fun to play with.
Nor is Hair oil ;)
Glad I could help :)
Thanks a lot :)
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Plastic bottles should work fine, its just that Metal is more efficient at cooling the surroundings and PC fans should work too. You might have to use more than two though.
I agree with you. But to be honest, I have never thawed out the cans completely since I did this project. Even if they are out of the freezer for 5-6 hours, there are so many of them packed next to each other and so well insulated inside the box that they never melt completely. In fact, its like they're still 60% ice when I'm done with the cooler. The first time freezing needs a lot of energy, refreezing, not that much I guess.
No, the instructions say you have to burn wood (Junk wood in this case) to make a fire to make charcoal. Wood and charcoal have different burning characteristics that is why there's a whole industry revolving around it and that's why I made this instructable. This way, you can recycle junk wood which you will anyways dispose to charcoal and use it for cooking or something else.
Thanks, I'm glad you like it.
what doesn't work exactly?. I've shown in the video that it works. Are you using the same application that I showed?
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I'm not sure about that. The freezer is already running 24 hours and I don't think it will consume any extra energy depending on the stuff inside it.
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Both the cans I used weren't coated with anything. The small one had a golden tint, but that was just the color of the metal. I was very close to the both the cans while they were cooking and I didn't notice any unusual smell or fumes. But it doesn't have to be paint cans, if you have an alternate can which can hold sufficient pressure, you can always use that.
If you look carefully in my video, it is a can from a water based emulsion which I have thoroughly washed 5-6 times removing any traces of residue. And if you're still not convinced, you can buy new empty paint cans at your hardware store. So it's not toxic, illegal and definitely NOT dumb.
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