How much gas is in the cylinder can be understood with a wet cloth.
Some know that the stove is running out of gas because of the yellow color of the flame.
A wet cloth will tell you how empty the cylinder is within minutes.
LPG gas is used for cooking. Compared to other means, LPG has made cooking much easier than before. But many a times while cooking, the gas suddenly runs out and this stops the kitchen from working. Hot water consumption increases in winter and we also heat drinking water with gas. Due to which the consumption of gas also increases in cold weather.
In this case, it is not known how much gas is left in the cylinder. Many can understand by the flickering while others assume that when the color of the stove flame turns yellow, the cylinder is running out of gas.
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A wet cloth will tell how much gas is in the cylinder
But today we are talking about a method by which you can know how much gas is left in the cylinder. The good thing is that all you need to do this is a damp cloth. The cylinder should be completely covered with wet cloth. Then he should be left like this for some time.
After a few minutes, remove the wet cloth from the cylinder. You will find that it is wet in some places, and completely dry in others. Here you need to understand that the part that is not visible is gas. In fact wherever there is LPG in the cylinder, it takes longer to dry the water.
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On the other hand, the empty space in the cylinder is hotter than the rest, so the water dries up faster. In such a situation how much gas is left in your cylinder will be easily known within minutes.
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First Published: January 14, 2023, 13:26 IST