run it on the fluff cycle for a couple of hours, no heat. if it still has smell, put carpet fresh or baking soda in a pillowcase , sew it up and run it on air only.
it is a poison to humans. it is the smell that it is.
you cant you have to let the fire burn
Heat (to start the fire) fuel (to burn) and oxygen (to combine with the fuel). Remove any one of the 3, fire goes out.
Water covers fuel, which keeps it from coming in contact with oxygen. - - - - - Water also cools the fuel to below its combustion temperature. And if there's enough pressure, it blows the flames away from the fuel.
They are still being fed fuel and energy.A2. In firefighting, there is the concept of a Fire Triangle. Consisting of heat, oxygen, and fuel. If you remove any one of this trio, the fire will go out.
It takes several washings.
I don't know about Illinois but check the Fuel Gas Code. I have never heard of PVC being allowed for a Clothes Dryer Vent.
To get the kerosene smell out of clothing can be challenging. The first step is to hang the clothes and let the fumes air out, outdoors if possible. Then you can wash them with a good detergent. Wash as many times as necessary to get the smell out before drying them.
put 4 or 5 wooden clothes pins on the fuel line just before the carburator.
remove spark plugs dry them with a cloth put them back in crank the engine take them out again look to see if they re wet and smell like fuel
You have to remove the fuel tank.You have to remove the fuel tank.
If you smell gas from your vehicle it probably indicates a leak. Even a tiny leak will produce a fuel smell. If there is nothing obvious leaking from the fuel lines, pull the vacuum hose off the fuel pressure regulator, if there is any smell of fuel there or if gas is present, it is leaking and needs to be replaced.
Remove fuel tank from vehicle and then remove fuel pump from tank.
to remove the fuel pump you will have to remove the fuel tank as it is located inside the fuel tank
Either a fuel line de-icer or a fuel line dryer.
Unless you have very large amount of water in the gas tank, it should not be an issue. Your vehicle is fuel-injected and F/I systems are very tolerant of water introduction. For minor amounts of water, use a gas-dryer (alcohol) such as HEET or Prestone Gas Dryer. For large amounts of water, drop the gas tank, dry it out, remove the fuel pump, replace the fuel pump screen (sock) and pump and reassemble. Be sure to purge the water (if there is any) out of the fuel line by releasing fuel from the service port fitting on the F/I hose once the vehicle has been reassembled. Mark--Raleigh, NC