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How To Make the Candle Powered Space Heater

sawdust candle --long burning light and heat source for times when the power is out

The Homestead Survival: Candle Powered Pottery Heater - would help tp prevent hypothermia in a closed room.

Candle Powered Heater - I've been looking a various ways to make these and this guy has by far the best setup. It isn't so much a how-to video. He is just showing what he used to construct his version of the terra cotta pot candle heater.

terra-cotta space heater.... several ways to do it, can heat up an entire room. Going to keep a supply of pots and candles on hand, to warm each room in case the power goes out this winter!

Fashion a candle using a tub of Crisco and a string. Brilliant!

For power outages: use solar yard lights as night lights indoors. Safer for kids than candles and they last a long time!

Be prepared for power outages with this easy to make and handy candle jar!

DIY:: Flower Pot Heater ~ Gives a lot of heat, costs about nothing, easy to make and it looks pretty nice, too! Clay/Terracotta pots absorb the thermal energy of the candles and convert it into radiant space heat. Reaches temperatures of 160F to 180F. Heater stays hot for hours. use caution, the inner chamber can reach 500F. Heats a small area very effectively. uses 1 to 3 candles or more. How To @: www.youtube.com/...

Mimi-heater~great idea, and the manufacturer actually explains it for DIY-ers! It doesn't really heat a whole house, but for a small hut, it could work on cold spring/fall evenings when you don't want to start the wood stove.