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Old 01-03-2022, 02:27 PM   #1
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Won’t Have Issues This Winter

I install our propane tank heat blankets, I bought these because last February we had -12 in FortSmith AR and being so cold the propane did not boil off vey well. Well…fix that issue and ready for the cold weather if we have another winter like last year.

At least we’re not in FortSmith this year but we’re still in North East ms where the highs are going to be in the 30s at night this week with exception of this coming Thursday. Suppose to be in the mid teens .
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Old 01-03-2022, 04:08 PM   #2
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I install our propane tank heat blankets, I bought these because last February we had -12 in FortSmith AR and being so cold the propane did not boil off vey well. Well…fix that issue and ready for the cold weather if we have another winter like last year.

At least we’re not in FortSmith this year but we’re still in North East ms where the highs are going to be in the 30s at night this week with exception of this coming Thursday. Suppose to be in the mid teens .
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We had that problem last year when it got real cold. So went to Walmart and bought 2 girly heating pads and wrapped one around each bottle and seemed to work as an inexpensive alternative.
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We had that problem last year when it got real cold. So went to Walmart and bought 2 girly heating pads and wrapped one around each bottle and seemed to work as an inexpensive alternative.
LOL Iwas thinking the same thing after all the research I did.
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