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Incinerator bin Aldi - £14.99

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Went to burn some rubbish in the garden and my bottom fell out. Got a new bin in West Drayton. had plenty left. none online Read More
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Went to burn some rubbish in the garden and my bottom fell out. Got a new bin in West Drayton. had plenty left. none online
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6 Likes #1
agoatson

Went to burn some rubbish in the garden and my bottom fell out. Got a new bin in West Drayton. had plenty left. none online
Don't you just hate it when your bottom falls out!
1 Like #2
compadre
agoatson

Went to burn some rubbish in the garden and my bottom fell out. Got a new bin in West Drayton. had plenty left. none online
Don't you just hate it when your bottom falls out!

Best way to extend the life of this is to paint it all over with old engine oil & light it. Stand it off the ground with old house bricks. Cover it with tarpaulin sheet after each use.
#3
Seriously?(not being sarcastic, genuinely asking)
veedubjai
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agoatson

Went to burn some rubbish in the garden and my bottom fell out. Got a new bin in West Drayton. had plenty left. none online
Don't you just hate it when your bottom falls out!
Best way to extend the life of this is to paint it all over with old engine oil & light it. Stand it off the ground with old house bricks. Cover it with tarpaulin sheet after each use.


Edited By: Qrunch on Sep 04, 2016 21:44
#4
Don't know why they bother galvanizing these as first fire and it disappears anyway, leaving it to rust.
#5
good find op, heat added
#6
Qrunch
Seriously?(not being sarcastic, genuinely asking)
veedubjai
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agoatson

Went to burn some rubbish in the garden and my bottom fell out. Got a new bin in West Drayton. had plenty left. none online
Don't you just hate it when your bottom falls out!
Best way to extend the life of this is to paint it all over with old engine oil & light it. Stand it off the ground with old house bricks. Cover it with tarpaulin sheet after each use.

It will rust eventually but at least you've extended the use of it & got your moneys worth.
#7
Heat - for your description :)
#8
Needed one of these few months ago. decided burn some old cut down hedges got a lil excited threw some old wood,paper,cardboard in, an old fence post anything I could find, fire starts to get a lil crazy, caught onto the hedges and almost had Fire Brigade round oO guys, fire, fun = madness
4 Likes #9
use the drum out of an old washing machine and save 15 quid
#10
I bought one of these last time they had them in. Got two uses out of it before the bottom fell out and it collapsed and nearly set my entire garden on fire. Get an old used oil drum or a washing machine drum from your local tip... They work miles better.
3 Likes #11
You could buy a plastic bin instead, they won't rust on you.
3 Likes #12
Could you burn a body in this, asking for a friend?
#13
DADSCAB
Could you burn a body in this, asking for a friend?

I burnt a dead pigeon, absolutely no sign of it left just a pile of ashes if that helps?

Edited By: stebliss on Sep 05, 2016 00:03
2 Likes #14
not sure if it will burn all b.oddies but seemed fine when I burnt bill.
#15
Used to have one of these years back - it would burn anything. Flames would be inches out the top chimney
#16
I have one. blimey does it smoke , the neighbours almost called the fire brigade. Excellent incinerator though.
3 Likes #17
These are immense, if you load them with lightly crumpled newspaper and paper shredding and put the lid on, once it goes up you have something close to the afterburners on a fighter jet coming out of the top. Highly satisfying.
#18
Yeah, after multiple cheap shredders failing at home I was wondering it was better to just use one of these
#19
After using mine a couple of times the neighbours really hate me.oO

Edited By: 55derek on Sep 05, 2016 11:36: US spelling
1 Like #20
Aradria
Yeah, after multiple cheap shredders failing at home I was wondering it was better to just use one of these

This is not good, if you just throw in sheets of A4 in a pile they won't burn properly or take an age, you'd be best scrumpling up or throwing a few on at a time. I burn my shredding for two reasons 1) so the government don't piece it back together and read my water bill and 2) burning stuff is just great.
#21
There's a couple of sellers on eBay that sell old food drums for about £20 delivered. Much bigger and last longer than these.
#22
55derek
After using mine a couple of times the neighbors really hate me.oO
Your 'neighbors' are across the Atlantic? oO
#23
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agoatson

Went to burn some rubbish in the garden and my bottom fell out. Got a new bin in West Drayton. had plenty left. none online
Don't you just hate it when your bottom falls out!


Yep, it happens to me all the time! #soggybottom

8)
#24
Aradria
Yeah, after multiple cheap shredders failing at home I was wondering it was better to just use one of these

I've just got through a 1000s of pages of business documents using a similar principle - shredding them one anything other than a commercial shredder would have taken an age and burnt a great pile of electricity. Though since my incinerator did the galvanising melting act, it had rusted through, so my incinerator is now a pile of brinks in a rough cube, with an old chimney pot on the top, worked better than any incinerator.

I did chuck the first sheets in scrunched up, but after five minutes started throwing in flat sheets 5-10 at a time, way faster and there's nothing left.

mike
#25
Where was this deal when I did a bonfire in a metal wheelbarrow last week and panicked as the flames reached ten feet high! X)
#26
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Meathotukdeals


good job we don't live in Ireland then.
#28
snatch_master
Meathotukdeals
good job we don't live in Ireland then.

LOL well spotted. Just googled because I thought it was illegal in UK and took CAB link as it was first that came up. Sure it is illegal in the UK.
#29
last time I looked it was legal unless you caused a nuisance even if you wanted to use it at 1pm. not sure why shops would sell them if you can't use them. We might have to form an underground sect of pyromaniacs
#30
Funny thing is my local aldi was selling these off the week before they restocked them for £7.50.... Same as the £59.99 extendable chainsaw, that was reduced to £19.99 2 days before they put them back out at 59.99

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