Alternate heating for the winter months

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  1. PP Bear

    PP Bear Funster Life Member

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    Saw this on good old YouTube and was impressed at the idea :)

    The guy in the video uses it to heat his small office, or boat when he's away, so if it's good enough for a boat, then maybe it'll be useful for my fellow Funsters too :)

    Only Tootles, not plastic flowerpots ok ;)

     
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    an old trick that was used many years ago, when tents were still canvas
     
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    just go south in winter . the birds cant all be wrong .
    never even used the fire in my trailer last winter .
    yet used it all the time from november till end of april.
     
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    Errrrr jealous.com :)
     
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    I haven't watched the video but I did see it on the "pillock who's re-designing his boat" programme where tea-lights are used with inverted plant pots to create a heater so I guess that's what you're on about. Apart from the cooker/oven/grill and space heater (convection type) there should NEVER be any flame in a motorhome for any other purpose as it is all too easy to have a mishap.
     
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