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      12-23-2012, 09:14 AM   #1
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Garage Heater

Any recommendations for an inexpensive heater to use in the garage? Would like to be able to maintain with ONR all winter but gets cold. I have an insulated 3 car garage and temps will be 20-40 outside.
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      12-25-2012, 12:12 PM   #2
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ONR?
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Optimum No Rinse. Washing without rinsing the car (using a hose). Just trying to stay warm inside. I think I am going with a Kerosene heater, any suggestions?
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I have KBP 2406 & works great...220V

http://www2.king-electric.com/pdfs/K...ater-specs.pdf
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Optimum No Rinse. Washing without rinsing the car (using a hose). Just trying to stay warm inside. I think I am going with a Kerosene heater, any suggestions?
I received several bottles of onr for Xmas. I can wash my car without water in my garage?! Just doesn't seem possible.
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Yep, using two bucket method it is pretty easy. Warm water from the house helps. There are several videos/tutorials online. It is a great product.
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I used my 2 bucket ONR system yesterday morning in my garage. Amazing!!!! I am sold on this stuff. No mess. No puddles. Fantastic. Very impressed.
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