Why burning propane makes water?

Answer Propane is a common and useful fuel. Because of its chemical structure, like all other chemically similar fuels, burning it produces a small amount of water, usually in the form of water vapor.Prop... Read More »

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How can I keep from burning everything on my new propane grill I would appreciate any tips.?

Going from charcoal to gas takes a little getting used to, since they are different types of heat and have slightly different grilling characteristics.If your grill has a thermometer in the lid, ma... Read More »

Which will let a propane water heater anode last longer Potassium or salt in the water softener?

Potassium is more reactive than sodium and will cause a sacrificial anode to deplete quicker. However, the rates of depletion are still relatively close, so that should not be a deciding factor wh... Read More »

Who makes Kenmore propane grills?

Kenmore propane grills are made by Kenmore, a subsidiary of Sears Brands, LLC. The Kenmore product line includes dozens of home appliances, including propane grills, refrigerators, washers, dryers,... Read More »

What Makes Burning Wood Pop?

When wood is set afire it tends to crack and pop. Some woods will pop more than others; this has to do with both the type of wood and also with how well the wood has been seasoned. Well-seasoned wo... Read More »