Best outdoor heating & cooling products according to redditors

We found 229 Reddit comments discussing the best outdoor heating & cooling products. We ranked the 99 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Outdoor heaters
Fire pit covers
Fire pit spark screens
Outdoor firewood racks
Fire pits & outdoor fireplaces
Decorative fire pit glass pellets
Fire pit & outdoor fireplace parts
Outdoor heater replacement parts
Patio heater covers
Misting fans
Misting systems
Misting parts & accessories

Top Reddit comments about Outdoor Heating & Cooling:

u/cda555 · 175 pointsr/pics

You deserve a hug.

Edit: I just went to delete stuff and realized the camera is the least of my worries. My gf hasn't cared about the flame thrower, suture practice pad, or yeast infection cream that the vet recommended for my dog's ears. I don't think she would care about this.

u/tunersharkbitten · 114 pointsr/funny
u/Kilmar · 65 pointsr/whatisthisthing

With this.

u/kitchenperks · 42 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

It's probably a pack of this stuff. My mom buys them and keeps them around for the grandkids. Mystical Fire Flame Colorant Vibrant Long-Lasting Pulsating Flame Color Changer for Indoor or Outdoor Use 0.882 oz Packets 6 Pack

u/_Composer · 36 pointsr/creepy
u/PrinceofthePoop · 23 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I put a Y on the hose spigot with individual isolation valves for each of the two parts. Garden hose is attached to one, misters are attached to the second.

Basically, yes, it’s permanently attached, but I ran it directly up from the wall in a corner so it’s as out of the way & discrete as I could’ve done it.

Link is below, it’s not the nicest mister system, aesthetically at least, but it works awesome & for the price it makes a huge difference.

u/rabidstoat · 19 pointsr/bestoflegaladvice

If they weren't so doggone expensive I would propose leaving some of these in the firepit afterward.

u/unthused · 13 pointsr/halloween

They are on amazon, a couple versions I think:

Would definitely love to have these for my gas fireplace, but ~$60 each seems steep.

u/CNhuman · 13 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

You could make hot chocolate kits.

Get some dollar tree mugs to personalize , gourmet hot chocolate packets , awesome magic color fire shit , and throw some packets of marshmallows and peppermint sticks in there. Add cute holiday wool socks if you love them, and you have a fantastic gift basket for $33 ($3.3/person), or $77 ($7.7/person) with socks.

u/cats_cats_cats · 12 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/rakers45 · 12 pointsr/INEEEEDIT

Myard Fireproof Human Fire Pit Skull Gas Log for NG, LP Wood Fireplace, Firepit, Campfire, Halloween Decor, Barbecue (Black, 1pk)

u/Rosariius · 10 pointsr/blackmagicfuckery

Something like these Mystical Fire packets.

I always bring some when I go camping so I can have a colorful fire in the woods.

u/teebob21 · 8 pointsr/homestead

I live in Phoenix. I have Red Star sex-link hens....they look like Rhode Island Reds. They have done great for the last 4 years. Believe it or not, I still get about 4-5 eggs a week from each of them, even at the age of 4. Mine started to lay at 16 weeks of age. Laying really drops off during the winter (I do not provide supplemental light during winter) and during molt, which they do about every 7-8 months. In four years, I have only had 1 go broody.

They are heat tolerant (with shade) up to 100F. When it's above 100, I have low-pressure misters and a box fan. Before I got the misters, I would lose about one bird a summer when the temperature got over 105F.

u/UnGermane · 7 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon



I found a flamethrower. On Amazon.

That's seriously a flamethrower. On Amazon.

And it's prime eligible.

u/maxwellsays · 7 pointsr/cigars

I just bought this guy and a bunch of short cigars in preparation.

u/thirtynation · 7 pointsr/Coachella

Copied and pasted from my reply in a related thread a few weeks ago about camping showers. This is a bit more involved than most people probably use, but it doubles as a both a camping shower and a misting setup for your canopy to provide cooling all weekend.


>We buy gallon jugs and a flat of water bottles for drinking, but our "utility" water comes from the water fill stations, or melted ice, depending on the use.

>Our shower is different than most camping showers you'll see people bring. We use a pump action garden sprayer like this one connected to a misting hose like this one that is clipped around our EZ-Up for general cooling purposes. When someone wants to shower, they disconnect the pump tank from misting hose and take it in to a small camping shower enclosure like this one to take a quick wash with the sprayer. The enclosure is lightweight and pops up so it's very quick to throw out and fold down as needed. It's a great combination system to get clean without the wait/walk, and also to keep your campsite refreshingly cool with the misting hose. Neighbors are generally impressed by the mist.

>More commonly, you will see people use bag showers like this one hung within something like this. Take down and set up as needed, or leave it up all weekend if you find yourself with a corner spot. Enclosures that are stable enough to hold the water bag can be expensive, though, so that's why I think our system is a little better and more versatile.

u/Derperlicious · 6 pointsr/coolguides

> Magic Flame

i guess this but its more than 99 cents

u/hungrycaterpillar · 5 pointsr/DnD

A preface: apparently I had more to say about this than I expected. This got a little long; sorry about that. I'm really inspired by the topic, I guess. I've been a longtime rpgamer and a longtime camping enthusiast, and have combined the two on several occasions to much enjoyment. I hope this helps!

The campfire storytelling theater is a great venue for gaming, but you're right... you need to keep the emphasis on the story more than the rules. Minimal pen and paper, not too much dice rolling. Dice can work just fine, just be sure to use ones with high contrast ink colors... no blue ink on black dice kind of thing.

The fire itself is, quite literally, central to the experience. If you want to actually play around the fire, it will need to be prepared and tended with care. It will be simultaneously a backdrop, a focus, a primary light source, and the center of the game's seating space. In order to do all these things it will need some tending and attention, which can distract from game play. If the fire burns low and needs to be stoked, or starts smoking heavily and makes everyone's eyes water, it will put a serious damper (no pun intended) on everyone's experience. I'd suggest nominating a hearthkeeper from among the players, so you are free from the responsibility and able to focus on running the game. If you have someone in your group who is experienced with campfires, they can keep it burning evenly, with minimal smoke, without too much distraction to the rest of the party. Get plenty of firewood, and make sure your fire ring has plenty of airflow to the base of the fire... nothing makes a fire smoke more than a high solid ring which cuts off oxygen. If you're in a campground with one of those big metal rings for a firepit, see if you can dig a hole under the edge of it to allow air to feed the coals directly. It will make a huge difference.

For a moment of high drama, pyrotechnics can be a powerful tool. /u/ilikpankaks recommends tossing a pinch of dirt and moss into the fire for a little poof of emphasis; I'd suggest upping the stakes slightly... use flour or cornstarch or dry non-dairy creamer. Flour is cleaner on your hands and easier to use, but creamer is more flammable and produces a slightly more intense effect with less effort. Either one crackle slightly if a small pinch is tossed down low, or will flare brightly if a handful is cast higher into the flames... just be careful not to use too much. If you really want to go over the top with special fire effects (while still preventing a forest fire), you could go for an alchemical approach; but that may be overkill. (The chemicals are possible to purchase premixed for this express purpose, but where's the fun in that? ;) Most of the time, though, a simple plain fire is enough to create the mood. The primal nature of flames is enough to transport us all to a place where the veil between fantasy and reality is a little thinner. The pyrotechnics can be cool, but can easily be distracting. If you do use them, plan their use carefully and time them right... a burst of flame for a dramatic entrance or a combat effect, or a longer lasting color-change when the party travels to the faerie realm, for example.

For lighting, lanterns and headlamps are a little extreme and can spoil the ambience. They are great for things like food prep and getting around the campsite in the dark without tripping, but one everyone is seated around the fire's warm glowing light and the attention is focused on the game, a bright gas-fired hood lamp or pinpoint led spotlight backlighting everyone's faces or shining in their eyes can destroy the mood. I would suggest a more aesthetically pleasing alternative... get a pack of those LED light flameless candles and give one to each player. They are just bright enough to read by if you hold it close to the page, but with no risk of burning it or spilling hot wax. They are dim enough not to ruin your night vision, and keep the fire as the brightest source of light and the central focus of attention.

The story may require more narration on the DM's part, with more planning ahead of time, since there will be less opportunity to cross-check campaign material. This is a big deal. You can't be flipping through books and notes by dim light and still hold their attention. It's not the time for sandbox style, unless you're truly willing to accept the results of free-form spontaneous plot generation; which, don't get me wrong, is some of the most memorable gaming I've done. Just don't be surprised if, when you give your players a free rein around the fire, your entire game hook goes up in smoke (no pun intended). There's something about sitting around the campfire telling stories that changes people's perspective and, in my experience, makes them just a bit more uninhibited about taking dramatic action. I once ran a game around the campfire where the party started a fight with the quest-giver at the start of the adventure... not because they were murder hobos, but because they were fully immersed in character and the setting had heightened the feeling of tension. The paladin felt the nature spirit in the shimmering pond was too untrustworthy, too ungodly, and convinced the rest of the party not to trust it. I was faced with the entire adventure falling flat two minutes in. The firelight was crackling and cast a glow across the player's eager faces. They were rapt in attention, but I was about the lose my entire plotline. So, I ran with it... turned the spirit in the pond into the adversary, and turned the course of the adventure 180 degrees. But it meant I had to completely wing it for the rest of the night. It worked fine, but I felt like it would have been better if I had been better prepared for all possibilities. Bottom line: either set up a fully tracked plot with players willing to go along for the ride, or be prepared for full-on freeform story gaming with big on-the-spot decisions.

Good luck, and I'd love to hear about the results!

u/Checkers10160 · 5 pointsr/guns

You can get them on Amazon

u/anchoraroundmyfeet · 5 pointsr/hulaween

My gf and I weren’t sure on this either, so we ended up springing for one of these just to be safe!

u/Notoriously_Infamous · 4 pointsr/camping

Growing up camping with my dad is definitely one of my better memories. We always took cards and played games, but my dad also used it as an opportunity to teach me invaluable skills.

  • Teach them how to tie some basic knots (if they don't already know them). Animated Knots is an awesome resource for this.

  • Take them Snipe Hunting

  • If you think they're ready for it, and they don't have one already, this is a great opportunity for them to get their first pocket knife. Granted I'm in my 30's now, but I got my first Swiss Army Knife on a camping trip with my dad and cherished it. He showed me how to use it safely and explained what each part was.

  • After you're done cooking, including s'mores and such, you can get these packets called Mystical Fire that change the color of your campfire. Just don't cook over it, but it's pretty fun to have on hand.
u/DoubleGreat · 4 pointsr/funny
u/rarelyserious · 4 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. The perfect bed.
  2. Bedtime snack
  3. Jammies
  4. Scared of the dark
  5. Goodnight, baby.

    Bonus: I don't know, an ephelant.

    “She used to say she could taste sleep and that it was as delicious as a BLT on fresh French bread.”
u/AfterTheNightIWakeUp · 3 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

Tiny misting fan. All the cooling of those big ones, but small enough to clip to a belt loop.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/FindItOnAmazon

"Customer's who viewed this item also viewed"

Edit: Also hydrofluoric acid and a phallic pen.

u/Alexandurrrrr · 3 pointsr/TXRenaissanceFestival

I am going to be using this small firepit/grill. I also bought some flame color changers to give a cool effect!

u/Studmf · 3 pointsr/cigars

I bought a propane patio heater. It works really well as long as the wind is not too strong. Just had a two hour stick in 32 degree temps with a hoodie, no gloves, and no hat.

u/thatstevesmith · 3 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Looks like glass from here.

More specifically glass for a fire pit

Li Decor Lava Rock Fire Glass 20-Pound Gas Fireplace Rocks Fire Stone 1-inch,Cobalt Blue Luster

u/reddilada · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

They look the same to me.

If you are looking at alternatives check out the Rootless portable fire pit. I really like mine and have found it useful when camping in areas that don't have an existing fire ring. Very sturdy despite its appearance. Rolls up to a small size so easy to carry.

u/GetAfterItThen · 2 pointsr/shrooms
u/nijoli · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Get me out of here! I sort of like that here is no title. It is so simple and peaceful...

I love to camp. Everyone on here might be tired of hearing of how much I love it, but it is so peaceful for me. I love the idea that you can take a small load of camping equipment and basically live for the night somewhere completely gorgeous for sometimes zero cost.

My idea of relaxing is summed up in this picture here

Ooh. If I were to win, I would love to have these to make my campfire more magestic when I go camping with my brother's kids.

u/iheartmetal13 · 2 pointsr/campingwithkids

Here it is...pretty awesome stuff!

u/XAlexMonsterx · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Not sure if this includes shipping but here are my recommendations.

This is under $5. I have it on my wishlist because I personally think it's really cool! it looks like a bracelet but its actually a watch. Super cool !

Under $10. I also have this on my list. You pour some on a fire and it changes the color! Very cool for a campfire or any kind of get together with family and friends.

Hope I helped thanks for the contest!

u/major_lugo · 2 pointsr/camping

Yes. Some of Ohio state parks you aren't allowed to bring wood into due to ash borer. Others, due to asian beetle, you can't bring it out of once you bring it in. And others are no in and no out.

Which is why I went out and bought one of these -

Uses a 20lb tank in a 3 day weekend, so $15 vs. $50 in wood, and its great for hot dogs and marshmallows. Doesn't put out enough heat once it drops below about 50* outside though.

u/knarfolled · 2 pointsr/NatureIsFuckingLit

Close: Red Dragon BP 2512 SVC 400,000 BTU Weed Dragon Backpack Propane Vapor Torch Kit with Squeeze Valve

u/Zero00430 · 2 pointsr/WTF

This should be standard issue in Australia now.

u/nofattiesplease · 2 pointsr/chemicalreactiongifs

No, that was a burst of flame. I'm pretty sure they just tossed sawdust into the fire. For something more impressive, you can get packets of different minerals and salts and stuff, which spark and colorize when lit on fire.

u/deathsythe · 2 pointsr/financialindependence

Since we're talking about firepits... I really enjoy this one

Can cook a mean wood grilled steak on it too if you're so inclined.

u/arizona-lad · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Yes, you can screw onto that valve. You may find this one will work well for you:

Schedule 40 is just fine. It can handle all the pressure your water system can put out. But you need to know that PVC degrades in sunlight. So paint it or tape the pipe please, to keep the sun off of it.

You know, you are thinking of building a clunky and rigid misting system. Half inch pipe is really overkill for this. You can do this cheaper and better with a 1/4" kit:

You can easily move each mister around as needed, and if you install a valve on each line, you can also throttle them as needed. Lots of water to some plants, less to others.

u/atetuna · 2 pointsr/camping

Places like Anza Borrego State Park in southern California don't allow fires on the ground. One popular way to have fires out there is to recycle the tub from a washing machine as a fire pit. Commercial options include the Solo Stove Bonfire, although this is at the more luxurious end of portable fire pits. They're not mats, but I don't think you could use much less since and achieve your goal.

u/marssaxman · 2 pointsr/BurningMan

Yeah, it's much much easier to bring a propane fire pit instead. Works just as well in terms of creating a social space, you can turn it off when you're done, and there's no moop to deal with.

u/stupidFlanders417 · 2 pointsr/BeAmazed

Don't know why you got down voted, this is real. You can buy the packs off Amazon that you toss in the fire to get multicolored flames

u/lasingparuparo · 2 pointsr/orchids

This is what I did:
1. misting system
2. timer
3. water filter
And if you need it:
4. hose Y connector

I connected the Y connecter to the spigot, connected the timer to that and the water filter to the timer, misting system to the water filter. Spigot->timer->filter->misting system. The trickiest part is setting up the misting heads because they just give you a long length of piping and you have to cut it down and place the misting heads according to your needs. In the pack there are about eleven (don’t remember exactly) misting heads (they look like black plastic T’s) and one piece that looks like a misting spigot that’s actually a three way connector (the other ten are just two way connectors with the third being the misting outlet that you screw the brass misting head into). There’s also only one end cap plug that fits into the connecter hole for one of the misting heads to finish/cap off the line when you get to the end). Because I incorporated the 3 way connecter to have two layers of lines running parallel to each other, I just capped off the end of one of the lines with the end cap plug and the other with hot glue. A little janky but effective! So far, the misting system has been doing a much better job of watering the orchids than I ever was doing it manually. After you set it up you should do a trial run to see if all the heads are misting properly and if the timer works correctly. If you’re having issues with the misting heads not misting, try unscrewing them a little to see if loosening it helps. If not, I think they give you one extra brass misting head so swap it out for the spare and see if that helps. Good luck!

u/no_respond_to_stupid · 2 pointsr/movies
u/Writerro · 2 pointsr/minimalism

"Colour packet" is something that you can buy and throw into fire, or something like that? It may be a stupid question but I never heard about it, maybe it's not popular in my country.

//EDIT: okay, found it: :D

u/PizzusChrist · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Well, they do sell a flamethrower.

u/DontSweatITjustRedit · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

The top one worked wonders at edc last year... the bottom I’ve used on different heat related excursions where its ability to hold more water offset its slightly bulkier size (camping/hiking).

got a blue one for $6 at Dicks Sporting Goods

got one of these for $3 at walmart

Edit: I can only vouch for these that have the ability to mist water as your body removes heat best by evaporation. Those that can not mist seem like they wouldn't be of too much help, unless you're sweating profusely (which is certainly plausible), since they would just be blowing the same 90 degree heat around.

u/ScrapBrain · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If it doesn't work out, you can always buy a flamethrower to melt the snow instead :D

I wasn't aware until just now that you could buy a flamethrower via Amazon :O

u/guns_mahoney · 2 pointsr/funny

There's actually a pretty simple solution to keep those snakes off your dock for good: link.

u/fletchnuts · 2 pointsr/Portland
u/brightgray · 2 pointsr/Seattle

Here is option that is more like a campfire and very portable, about 20" across.

u/PoppySiddal · 2 pointsr/needadvice

Omg, I'm so sorry for you. I have a "thing" about spiders, too; I'm not sure it qualifies as a phobia, it's sort of just, you know, blind terror. One of the first questions I ask in any relationship is "will you be responsible for killing the spiders?"... And, no, I'm not kidding.

So I don't really have any suggestions for you other than burn down your house (or school), check into a nice hotel, and move on with your life. I really just wanted to give you internet hugs and commend your bravery.

Maybe this? Stay safe!

u/Cp7Chris009 · 2 pointsr/cigars

You can get those propane heaters that they use at outdoor bars on amazon for $135.

u/JerrathBestMMO · 2 pointsr/shroomers

Bring a blanket and preferably one that you can clasp together around your neck. Shrooms always make me feel coldish.

You need to think of your fire stuff. Portable grill? Charcoal? It's best for cooking. Bonfire? Best for atmosphere but restricts what you can cook. I'd personally be happy with hotdog buns and hotdogs which were cooked on a stick over a bonfire. By the time I get hungry, I have enough control over myself to cook a hotdog.

If you make a bonfire, then bring a small hatchet, sharp knife and a bow saw. You don't need these tools but if you got them, you can improvise furniture. You willlll need something to relax on. Either bring camping chairs or make some in the field.

Check out wilderness outfitters on youtube.

Maybe you wanna make a ritual of a sort of the mushroom consumption? How about you bring a nice big pot in which you make mushroom tea. First you labor to get firewood and get the fire going, then you watch as the tea is brewing. And then you all drink it together.

Bring portable lamps or these headlights. Flashlights are okay too but are annoying to use when you need both hands.

Maybe something funny like this?

That's a flame colorant. You throw it into your bonfire and the flames will have different colors.

u/butaud · 2 pointsr/PipeTobacco

I bundle up and sit on the patio with one of these. One day I'll upgrade to an outdoor fireplace...

u/pasdelizzy · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

colored fire, would be beautiful and definitely mystical. have an absolutely lovely time at burning man! i hope to go someday :)

u/MichaelKiselov · 1 pointr/aeroponics

For the nozzle the droplet size primarily does not depend on the diameter of the outlet, but on the method of fading and splitting the flow. You don’t have to use a 45 micron nozzle to get "air roots", buy a quality 100 micron nozzle - it will give you drops from 5 to 10 microns.

You can start with this kit and then upgrade it to other nozzles if needed:

u/smitharc · 1 pointr/howto

An easier option is to buy packets of Mystical Fire. (Or similar). These packets have a mixture of various salts that give you a rainbow of colors for about an hour. Just drop the whole packet in the middle of the campfire.

u/clothcutballs · 1 pointr/Pottery

Ah, I see. I just went to home depot to get a bunch of sawdust, and am going to try to pit fire. Do you know of any easy to acquire chemicals i can use as a "sagger" ?

I was thinking something like this might work

u/novanova25 · 1 pointr/LSD

Fire Forsure ... Try to grab these at your local academy or Walmart fire sticks

u/Jordan-5 · 1 pointr/Coachella

I tried using the pump sprayer with the misting line attached but the water pressure was off and I couldn't get it to work. I was putting it together last minute and just going with recommendations from this sub so maybe with a more planned out strategy I could do it. But this year I'm investing in one of these Home Depot Arctic Zone Misting Systems for Coachella and any other camping fests I attend until it breaks (hopefully never)

u/open_door_policy · 1 pointr/gifs

In case you'd rather have a much, much, much safer flamethrower for your back yard chores:

u/bolunez · 1 pointr/camping

These help

Mystical Fire Campfire Fireplace Colorant 0.882 oz Packets 12 Pack

u/ladyspartacus · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[This] ( isn't something you need, but it'd definitely be fun if you guys wanted to start a campfire! I've always learned to pack lightly so that everything could fit into my duffel bag and a backpack - I just carry them right onto the plane, this saves time when checking in and leaving the airport. Also, nothing's more frustrating than a lost bag :/

u/Mnemonix23 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Mischief Managed!

There's an overarching theory behind how these will all help with a school experience. Which is, basically, that you need to have fun in between studying. All work and no play makes jack a dull boy, goes the saying.

  • So, since we're talking about wine, I thought I should point out that one of my favorite ways of enjoying wine is with a nice bath. And what better way to make that prospect quite a bit safer, than with this piece of heaven?
  • Next, we come to brooms. What else would a wizard or witch ride? You know what else is interesting about witches? According to Harry Potter, they basically enjoy a tickling sensation while pretending to be burned at the stake (I swear I remember this from the books). Since they're already having fun with it, I think they should have even more fun by turning the flames colors.
  • You know who wears a lovely hat? Well, bonnet. A pretty, floral bonnet. Captain Mal Reynolds. I could surely use this to maximize my time enjoying Captain Mal's world.
  • This one is a tough one. Because there are so many books I could want, but that's such a traditional explanation... So, since we're talking about books as a journey, I really wanted to put a choose-your-own-adventure book. But it hasn't come out yet, so I'll have to content myself with this journey provoker.
  • Moving on to trunks. Trunks are storage, right? And I've got a bunch of jewelry that's just begging for a home. This looks like the perfect place for it.
  • Finally, we come to capes. Superheros, wizards, Sherlock Holmes. All these people have a history of wearing capes. And wizards are a strange people, and we sometimes need to work to understand strange people. This book might help guide the way.
u/digitalyss · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Mischief Managed (I have no idea if I'm doing this right, but you said to post them here, lol)

Riddle the First: Goblet. Since it is likely to be on fire, I might as well have some fun little Mystical Fire Campfire Fireplace Colorant Packets to toss into it. They make the flames change colors, without the use of an incantation.

Riddle the Second: A broomstick. I can't afford a top of the line Nimbus, so I've got to worry about getting splinters. Luckily I'm handy and could use this power sander to get rid of them and have a smooth ride.

Riddle the Third: A hat. I get horrible hat-hair, s the Revlon Volume Stay Titanium Hot Air Kit would be on my person all day, every day.

Riddle the Fourth: A book/multiple books. Most of my books are on the Kindle App now, and at some point I'd like to get an actual Kindle. I would give it the Verso Prologue cover. It's a Kindle holder that looks like a physical book. Pretty!

Riddle the Fifth: A traveling trunk. One problem with storing things in a trunk is that you end up with moth-eaten fabric. I plan on keeping moths out of my robes by spraying the interior of the box with the Cedar Spray.

Riddle the Sixth/Bonus: A cape! You know who wears a cape? DARTH VADER. How about a little cross-series cosplay mash-up? Darth Vader Costume With Cape, Belt And Mask This way I can have fun and pretend I'm using The Force, but really I'd be using legit magic. Plus, it would be funny to cast a spell while going "Khhhhh-shhhhhhhhhh". Nothing could go wrong with that. Nothing at all.

u/superfluous · 1 pointr/Coachella

Okay so I did this in preparation for this year and it seems to be a success. I bought this mister kit from Amazon and paired it up with this pump sprayer. A 2 gallon sprayer might be nicer, but I already had this on hand. I connected them together by unscrewing the wand just downstream of the handle (so the handle is still connected) and connecting a 1/4" one-touch (also called push-to-connect) fitting. I think it was this one but it also could have been a 1/4" push-to-connect with a 3/8" NPT female... I can't recall. Thread it on using some plumbers tape. Then, just cut off the hose bib adapter on the end of the mister kit and plug the tubing directly into the 1/4" one-touch. Voila!

It works pretty well and does not leak. I found that if I pumped it up for 30 seconds, it would run for 5 minutes before the pressure got low enough that some of the nozzles started to drip a bit rather than mist. 10 seconds of pumping would get it back up to pressure for another 5 minute run. Keep in mind you'll want some sort of clamp to hold down the handle for you. Either that, or buy a pump sprayer that can latch in the on position. And bring zip ties to secure it to your EZ-Up. The clips that came with the kit are nice but zip ties help to really secure it nicely.

Hope this helps!

u/Joshie05 · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

No, I bought a packet that you put in fire off of amazon that changes the color, This was a long time ago, and I’m fine. I also did not cook over it.

u/EmpressK · 1 pointr/pics

Predicament? It's a gift! The universe has given you an excuse to buy a flamethrower. After pics please.

u/xombie212 · 1 pointr/pics

Looks like you need one of these.

u/Icouldbewhoimnot · 1 pointr/gifs
u/im14andthisisdick · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Here's something that may be of OP's interest.

Amazon link

u/AntiGravityBacon · 1 pointr/overlanding

Gotcha, it's like $120 a month here.

Though when you can buy something like this for $40. And plenty of cheaper ones if you shop around. It's hard to justify spending the time.

UCO Flatpack Portable Stainless Steel Grill and Fire Pit

u/holysitkit · 1 pointr/chemistry

The worst thing about those commercial fire color packets is that they contain PVC, which gives off nasty things when you burn it, like dioxins.

Here is an example product:

You can see the PVC listed as the third ingredient. I'd honestly worry more about that than the metals salts.

u/NayMarine · 1 pointr/Whatcouldgowrong

you know propane is much more stable and cost effective. you can make a flamethrower with a backpack frame, milk crate,a pare burner. and a propane tank for really cheap. or buy the red dragon for like $283. They also work great for organic weeding in rocky areas, or melting snow.

u/WanderingCapybara · 1 pointr/MURICA

Hurry! There's only one left in stock Then you can end up on a trip with the boys in blue like this guy did!

u/iamjomos · 1 pointr/techsupportgore
u/censorship_notifier · 1 pointr/noncensored_bitcoin

The following comment by Soren11112 was openly greylisted.

The original comment can be found(in censored form) at this link: CryptoCurrency/comments/83pgy2/-/dvkarjm?context=4

The original comment's content was as follows:


> I posted this(proof if you don't believe me) :
> You want a flamethrower, there are much better options. Re-usable but profitable, I agree that is an advancement, but not enough to be greatly profitable. The space shuttle program sported reusable shuttles but was certainly not profitable. It has been proven SpaceX get huge subsidies. The fundamental idea of the HyperLoop is flawed, that is not so for reusable rockets. This just shows how close minded you are that you attack when your ideas are questioned. You have showed me that you can't think for yourself for do reasearch. Here is a high quality flamethrower, here is a mid-tier DIY one, and here is the equivalent of The Boring Flamethrower. As a hobbiest rocketeer I have a made bigger more substainible flames in my backyard for $5
> EDIT: I fixed because i forgot the links

u/ManiacFoSho · 1 pointr/camping

I bet one of these would have been appreciated:

u/Foltorb · 1 pointr/woodworking

Question about heating a garage.

I currently rent, and the rental unit has an attached garage. The garage has become my main work area. Now that winter is upon us, I want to keep working on some projects, but the garage does not stay warm enough. So I am looking into options on how to heat the area.

Question 1: I am worried about sawdust igniting with propane tank top heaters (Like this one: Is this a valid concern or am I being paranoid?

Question 2: Does anybody have any insight into propane vs electric heaters. Which one do you prefer?

Question 3: Outside of propane and electric heaters, does anybody have any suggestions on how I should be heating the garage?

Thanks for reading.

u/Dashes-In-Her-StArs · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing

Looks like its decor glass for a fire pit!

I still think it's super neat and I'm definitely keeping it! Holds a lot of fond memories anyway! :D ty for your help!

u/jesusbunnyhasherpes · 1 pointr/Firearms

Not quite the same, but what about this? Red Dragon

u/LadyFlower · 1 pointr/camping


Enjoy :)

u/not_an_onomatopoeia · 1 pointr/todayilearned
u/fappenstein · 1 pointr/Justrolledintotheshop
u/tbmcrowley · 0 pointsr/funny

This more your style?