What Are the Causes of Gasoline Spraying at You When Filling the Gas Tank?

Answer The last thing any driver expects is to get splashed with gasoline when fueling his car. Because gasoline is a volatile and flammable mixture of octane, hexanes and heptanes, extreme caution must b... Read More »

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What Are the Causes of Banging When Filling a Washer?

Having a washer and dryer in your home is a major convenience that saves you the hassle of dragging your laundry to and from the laundromat every week. Though it's nice to be able to do your laundr... Read More »

How do you get a custard like filling when baking a chess pie instead of a bready filling?

The temperature that you cook the cheese pie at, and the length of time you cook it for can have a big impact on texture. I would use 8eggs, 500ml milk, 500ml cream for a basic baked custard mix. I... Read More »

How to Clean a Gasoline Tank?

Whether you drive a car, truck or motorcycle, if you really on gas to get around, your gasoline tank is going to get dirty, on the inside as well as the outside. Getting rid of rust isn't the only ... Read More »

Is filling up a gas tank halfway bad for a car?

Filling up your gas tank halfway won't harm your car, and it will decrease your car's weight by a few pounds, possibly increasing your gas mileage. However, if you only fill up halfway, you'll use ... Read More »