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No and it isn't a good idea to use equipment that is not made for that type of use. You are putting high heat on a small area which isn't good for the pavers. Get an oil dissolving product that is made for the type of job you want to do.
Don't know where you live but here in Phx. it can go into the recycle trash bin. It is made of steel so should be recycled anywhere they recycle products.
No. This is for MAPP gas. Slightly different. There is one made for propane.
You can but why would you as map gas is expensive compared to propane and it doesn't give you any advantage to do so.
3500 is propane gas and 4000 is MAPP gas. Not a huge difference (plenty of easily accessed research online about each). Consider what applications you’ll be using it for, then make your choice. If you can use propane, it’s a little cheaper than Mapp gas. I’ve used both from Bernzomatic, have never had a serious issue with either. Hope that helps
It don't look like it as mine did also and upon examining it couldn't see how it could be repaired.
You should be able to the threads on the bottles are the same.
Not that I am aware of
Aluminum melts at such a low temperature it is almost impossible to weld and if you try Bernzomatic is too hot to even try to do so. This is a case where you would want to try propane only.