Originally Posted by MT1
Yep, putting a few flower pots over the candle doesn't magically make it put out more heat, this is basic middle school science.
While it does not make the candle itself produce more heat, having the steel and clay heated up will absolutely produce more heat. The heat produced by the flame is retained for much longer and acts like an additional heat source. My boys tried this in scouts years ago and it made a surprising difference.
After burning for 15 or so minutes, the terra cotta was VERY warm to the touch and the steel was so hot you could NOT touch it.
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- Samuel Adams
Originally Posted by Dutch3
I have always heard Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms should be a convenience store...