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Thread: Petrol + Plastic

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    Default Petrol + Plastic

    So I've got a fuel leak (perished tubing) which will only go in for repairs on Monday.

    Can I put 93 petrol in a plastic container or will it eat the plastic (Those white pool chlorine bucket)?

    I seem to remember a story about petrol eating certain kinds of plastic.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by HavocXphere View Post
    So I've got a fuel leak (perished tubing) which will only go in for repairs on Monday.

    Can I put 93 petrol in a plastic container or will it eat the plastic (Those white pool chlorine bucket)?

    I seem to remember a story about petrol eating certain kinds of plastic.

    Thanks
    Yes, just make sure the container can "breath" and keep it from open flames.

    DON'T PUT IT IN A GLASS CONTAINER
    A Pitbull is a small dog with a big heart. But if provoked will pounce without warning and cause large amounts of hideous damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitbull View Post
    Yes, just make sure the container can "breath" and keep it from open flames.
    Ah Ok.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pitbull View Post
    DON'T PUT IT IN A GLASS CONTAINER
    I assume an open glass container is fine though, no?

    thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by HavocXphere View Post
    Ah Ok.


    I assume an open glass container is fine though, no?
    thx
    Yea, just thought I'll put it as NO glass incase someone decides to read it and not fully understand it
    But as long as the gasses can escape it should be fine. Just make the "breather" small so all the fuel doesn't evaporate.
    A Pitbull is a small dog with a big heart. But if provoked will pounce without warning and cause large amounts of hideous damage.

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