BioFuel has an unlimited shelf life. For that reason, it is important to know exactly how to store BioFuel products. Whether you are a catering manager, frequent camper, or emergency preparedness buff, you don’t just want to make sure that you’re storing the reusable burner cans properly. In addition, you want to make certain you’re storing the refill liquid correctly as well. So, how should you store BioFuel?
How Should You Store BioFuel?
Yes, BioFuel consists of non-hazardous, non-flammable material. However, it is not safe to store in a warm place. You want to make sure to store it at least at room temperature. Preferably, you should store BioFuel in a cool, dry environment.
Many consumers make the mistake of storing canned fuels in places such as the attic or outdoor sheds. We do not recommend this method. In order to keep the BioFuel products as efficient as possible, you may want to consider making a place in a pantry, closet, or basement. One caveat: although the above is true, many people recommend keeping canned fuels in your car during the winter months. That way, you’ll have it in case of an emergency.
BioFuel is the perfect reusable burner can to keep in storage for your next catering event, camping adventure, or emergency. Stock up, keep some in storage, and you’ll never be ill-prepared.