Would it be safe for me to store gasoline in a plastic cat litter container?
- JenLv 45 months ago
I've had to use a simple jug for VERY TEMPORARY use, as in, ran out of gas and used it to get the gas to my car, but that's it.
- JoeLv 55 months ago
Fun fact. Did you know the Jerry Can was actually invented by Seinfeld ?
- JASONLv 55 months ago
Only if you light your way by carrying a candle.
- Anonymous5 months ago
No. Gas Jerry cans are now red plastic specifically for gasoline. Gone are the old metal Jerry cans. Gas stations will not allow you to fill them up anymore.
Using anything else is just chancy. It could melt the plastic or leak out because the container is not strong enough to hold a liquid weight of that amount.
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- Spock (rhp)Lv 75 months ago
no. gasoline attacks some types of plastic
- Bubba GubbinsLv 75 months ago
- CarsonLv 65 months ago
It will melt.
Buy a $5 gas can
- bondLv 75 months ago
Some plastics melt from gasoline.
- oil field trashLv 75 months ago
No. You need a container make to resist the hydrocarbon components in the gasoline. The gasoline may well attack the plastic in the cat litter container and let the gasoline escape leading to a possible fire.
- MurzyLv 75 months ago
not safe at all