Jerry Can Metal Petrol Oil Carrier Container 20L £6.99 @ Trueshopping Ebay
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Jerry Can Metal Petrol Oil Carrier Container 20L £6.99 @ Trueshopping Ebay

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Found 5th Oct 2015
Safely and easily store and transport petrol, other fuel and water, with this Jerry Can from Trueshopping.co.uk. This can has a huge capacity of 20L, allowing you to store a generous amount of liquid at any time. It is made from cold rolled plates with a thickness of 0.8mm to ensure it is durable and robust. This can is conveniently sized and shaped for storing in a car boot. It has a net weight of 3.6kg and comes in 'army green' colour.

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Thanks. Great price. Ordered one to store diesel on a boat.

Anyone had any actual experience of this particular can? I know they can be a bit hit and miss... I only need one for storing water in really

Heat for the price OP!

Note that these aren't approved containers so a forecourt won't allow you to fill up.
You would have to decant from the smaller ones into one of these.

Edited by: "escortboy" 5th Oct 2015

Can be used if you can't find the lube??

escortboy

Note that these aren't approved containers so a forecourt won't allow you … Note that these aren't approved containers so a forecourt won't allow you to fill up.You would have to decant from the smaller ones into one of these.



or just fill up behind car out of view

This item is out of stock.

Anyone know of a similar deal for an oil drip catcher? Need something for changing the oil on the car and would rather not go down the washing up bowl route

Bossworld

Anyone know of a similar deal for an oil drip catcher? Need something … Anyone know of a similar deal for an oil drip catcher? Need something for changing the oil on the car and would rather not go down the washing up bowl route



​I know the kind you mean. I tend to use an old screen wash bottle. cut a square in the top and job done. then simply pour it into your new oil bottle once you've filled the engine. hope this helps

basil1234

or just fill up behind car out of view


Cameras everywhere these days

escortboy

Cameras everywhere these days


I doubt anyone will really care about you filling one of these up

escortboy

Note that these aren't approved containers so a forecourt won't allow you … Note that these aren't approved containers so a forecourt won't allow you to fill up.You would have to decant from the smaller ones into one of these.


Hmm - Ive filled these hundreds of times (maybe thousands) and never been checked once... Having said that, it's probably wise to buy something you trust, especially with volatile liquids...

Do these come with a flexible pouring spout? If not then they will be very difficult to empty into a car...

vadimbj

​I know the kind you mean. I tend to use an old screen wash bottle. cut a … ​I know the kind you mean. I tend to use an old screen wash bottle. cut a square in the top and job done. then simply pour it into your new oil bottle once you've filled the engine. hope this helps



​you can get a manual pump where you pump out the old stuff in to anything and then just add the fresh oil.

Red ones still in stock.

vadimbj

​I know the kind you mean. I tend to use an old screen wash bottle. cut a … ​I know the kind you mean. I tend to use an old screen wash bottle. cut a square in the top and job done. then simply pour it into your new oil bottle once you've filled the engine. hope this helps


Or a just use an old bowl and take to the tip for recycling

basil1234

or just fill up behind car out of view



vadimbj

[quote=Bossworld]Anyone know of a similar deal for an oil drip catcher? … [quote=Bossworld]Anyone know of a similar deal for an oil drip catcher? Need something for changing the oil on the car and would rather not go down the washing up bowl route



They had them on Amazon lightning deals a couple of days ago for £11.50. Made my sealey. A bit pricey but for ease of use they're worth it plus it holds 8 litres which is more than enough for most cars/vans.

They might be on again today so have a look.

HondaLad

They had them on Amazon lightning deals a couple of days ago for £11.50. … They had them on Amazon lightning deals a couple of days ago for £11.50. Made my sealey. A bit pricey but for ease of use they're worth it plus it holds 8 litres which is more than enough for most cars/vans.They might be on again today so have a look.



Cheers, spotted this one: amazon.co.uk/Sea…oil

Quite like the idea of being able to seal it off though to take it to the tip:

EDIT: This looks like the one: amazon.co.uk/Dra…DBK
Edited by: "Bossworld" 5th Oct 2015

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I think this is a Great deal, most jerry cans cost about £18, I bought one for my lawn mower. Don't really care if it legal, it works great

Perfect for the zombie apocalypse

Looks like they are all out of stock
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