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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Midwest Can 1200 Gas Can - 1 Gallon Capacity by Midwest Can

You wouldn't  think there would be a lot to say about a gas can.  I needed a one gallon can to mix oil and gas for a two cycle weed wacker.  (BTW I find that a pain in the butt.)
I never had a gas can that needed directions before.  This can has a very interesting no-drip system that once I took the time to read the directions on the label, worked great.   It is a very nice feature.  My old cans with the flexible nozzle often spilled when I was filling a snow blower or mower.   This nozzle has a flange on the side that you must push down on the can to depress a spring which allows the gas to flow.   As soon as you pull back pressure, the flow stops.  Very clever.   Shop around, prices vary a lot on this can, $9.99 at Amazon, $10.99 at KMart and $14.99 at ACE Hardware. 

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