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20L Jerry Can in Aldi (Bletchley), £16.99 at Aldi Bletchley
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20L Jerry Can in Aldi (Bletchley), £16.99 at Aldi Bletchley

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Posted 13th JunAvailable: East of England (Buckinghamshire)

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20L Jerry Can found in store in Aldi Bletchley. Plenty of stock available.


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Made from metal, this Jerry Can 20L is perfect for camping holidays. Ideal for storing and transporting fuel, you'll never have to worry about running out thanks to the 20 litre capacity. Featuring a leak-proof bayonet closure with pin and spout, you can rest assured you will be protected from any mess leaks, too.

Features
  • Leak-proof bayonet closure with pin with spout
  • Heavy duty steel construction with a tough lacquered finish
  • Improved, clean welds
  • Metal wire mesh inside spout
  • A 20cm steel spout with a 12cm flexible rubber nozzle
  • Liquid tight snap on spout
  • UN certified

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Probably has to be renamed now.

Helpful German fuel container.
rsb13/06/2020 17:17

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/17548007/what-is-a-jerry-can-a-guide-on-how-to-legally-store-petrol#:~:text=The%20maximum%20you%20can%20store,litres%20in%20just%20one%20container.


Reminds me of the fuel crisis in the 1970s when you weren't supposed to store fuel, and the authorities were cracking down on those who did hard. My grandfather had about 20 gallons of petrol in his shed, he needed it to get to work and back and keep his vehicles at the business running. Still, it was illegal.

Next door neighbour's garage set on fire. Started spreading down the fence towards the back gardens and was inevitably going towards this shed. Fire brigade turned up, police, the works. Asked him if there was anything flammable down the garden. Knew he would be in deep if they found out. Sent my father out the back bedroom window down a makeshift rope to sneak it out before it blew up/anyone found out.
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What is it Jerry Can do?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/17548007/what-is-a-jerry-can-a-guide-on-how-to-legally-store-petrol#:~:text=The%20maximum%20you%20can%20store,litres%20in%20just%20one%20container.
Made a gin bar for the wife with mine
Wow, will have to keep an eye out at the local for stock when I go shopping
Available in York
Here's some history of the Jerry Can, from The Tank Museum. I never thought this would come in handy
Edited by: "Affray" 13th Jun
Luke_Davies13/06/2020 17:05

What is it Jerry Can do?


Drink 5 litres of petrol and not get sick...
Probably has to be renamed now.

Helpful German fuel container.
cold for me - this jerry can is empty Should be full for that price.


Just trolling
I just saw one in Loughborough
rsb13/06/2020 17:17

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/17548007/what-is-a-jerry-can-a-guide-on-how-to-legally-store-petrol#:~:text=The%20maximum%20you%20can%20store,litres%20in%20just%20one%20container.


hse.gov.uk/fir…htm

This is more up to date than 2012. Its 10L in a plastic container and 20L in a metal container as far as I know and see here. Maximum 30L in total unless you inform your local authority

Also anyone looking to buy these, like this one make sure it is UN certified with the markings actually stamped into the can itself. There are quite a few on ebay/Amazon not certified and ones with a UN sticker I believe are not good enough for the law. Some petrol filling stations still also have an individual limit on the container that can be filled that's not a vehicle tank, its usually up on a sign somewhere on the forecourt.
Edited by: "The_Ramrod" 13th Jun
rsb13/06/2020 17:17

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/17548007/what-is-a-jerry-can-a-guide-on-how-to-legally-store-petrol#:~:text=The%20maximum%20you%20can%20store,litres%20in%20just%20one%20container.


Reminds me of the fuel crisis in the 1970s when you weren't supposed to store fuel, and the authorities were cracking down on those who did hard. My grandfather had about 20 gallons of petrol in his shed, he needed it to get to work and back and keep his vehicles at the business running. Still, it was illegal.

Next door neighbour's garage set on fire. Started spreading down the fence towards the back gardens and was inevitably going towards this shed. Fire brigade turned up, police, the works. Asked him if there was anything flammable down the garden. Knew he would be in deep if they found out. Sent my father out the back bedroom window down a makeshift rope to sneak it out before it blew up/anyone found out.
Another lockdown project

mamil196714/06/2020 09:06

Another lockdown project[Video]


Nice project, it's a shame I'm terrible at DIY, can't drink (allergic) and have to go back to work. Otherwise I'm In!
Edited by: "Affray" 14th Jun
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