How to build a Homemade Hybrid Waste Oil and Wood Garage Heater



This Video shows the setup of a Wood and Waste Oil Combo Gargage heater .With prices of everything going up, families need to figure out ways to save money however they can. In many ways, saving money involves cutting back on waste and using things that would normally just be thrown away for a more effective purpose.Waste oil comes from many different sources such as cooking oil, used vegetable oil, or motor oil. This can help to raise the heat produced by a cord of wood and extend the life of the wood as the waste oil is burned alongside it.

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