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DIY gel fire pits are so cool.
They don’t take a ton of time or cost a boat load of money to make. Hey friend, this is Jeff from Home Repair Tutor and today I’ll show you how to make sexy cement DIY gel fire pit in one day.
Plus, after watching the video I guarantee you’ll be able to make your fire pit better than mine.
You’ll need a few supplies. Buy some cheap plastic bowls for about $5, Pam, Quikrete Quick Setting Cement, a margin trowel, bucket, palm sander, grout sponge, 60 and 150 grit sandpaper, lava rocks, and gel fuel cans.
The plastic bowls will be used to cast your cement bowl. The beauty of the quick setting cement is that your bowl will be finished in about 5-6 hours.
The lava rocks I used can be used in fires and won’t pop or explode. That’s kinda important. No one wants to lose an eye because of an exploding rock.
You can find the gel fuel cans in the garden center of your local hardware store. They are burn clean and won’t emit a heavy smoke.
Check out my video for all the step by step details for how to make the cement bowl and gel fire pit.
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If you liked this outdoor project you should check out my other one on how to build a rustic cooler.
It turned out AWESOME!!!
Hope you like it.
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P.S. If you want to see the written tutorial check it out here
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Japan’s state-run energy company Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp (JOGMEC) says it has successfully extracted gas from offshore methane hydrate deposits.
Methane hydrate consists of methane trapped in crystalline structure of frozen water, and it is being explored as a future source of natural gas, due to the large deposits trapped under oceans and permafrost around the globe. It is viewed as a clean energy source, as carbon dioxide can be injected into wells during the extraction process.
According to Reuters, “A Japanese study has estimated the existence of at least 40 trillion cubic feet (1.1 trillion cubic meters) of methane hydrates in the eastern Nankai Trough off the country’s Pacific coast, about 11 years of Japanese gas consumption.
Japan used depressurization to turn methane hydrate to methane gas, a process thought by the government to be more effective than using the hot water circulation method the country had tested successfully in 2002.”