1970s Antique and Rusty Gas Heater Restoration

1970s Antique and Rusty Gas Heater Restoration



  • Heater? Are you sure? It looks more like a Soviet TV set from the 50s.

    NowAndZenNowAndZen23 gün önce
  • HAve vey old restoration

    Stachy CatabasStachy Catabas2 aylar önce
  • IMPORTANT MESSAGE: When fitting gas pipes, ALWAYS use sealing paste or thread sealant.Otherwise you will get a leak, and explosion.

    Martin HoultonMartin Houlton3 aylar önce
  • what doesn't kill you makes you stronger...except space heaters...a space heater will kill you...this would make a good bluetooth speaker inclosure

    Imp ThePimpImp ThePimp4 aylar önce
  • Does nobody use primer anymore etching primer at that

    Michael BeatyMichael Beaty4 aylar önce
  • good channel! i'm iscript into your channel!

    ArmonyJazzStudioArmonyJazzStudio4 aylar önce
  • You did it again I think 🤔 you did a great 👍🏽 job

    Victoria MilsonVictoria Milson4 aylar önce
  • приобрети песко струй

    Sergey StepanovSergey Stepanov5 aylar önce
  • What the hell is that? It looks before and after similar bad.

    Falko MöwesFalko Möwes5 aylar önce
  • احسنت يا بطل

    zozoart 12zozoart 125 aylar önce
  • ابداع في ابداع عاشت الايادي

    zozoart 12zozoart 125 aylar önce
  • 👍👌عندي وحده تقريبآ تشبه قديمه ومتروكه يا ريتك لو قريب

    Basima ALjboyBasima ALjboy6 aylar önce
  • Paint job is awful... the heater looks like it’s just been whipped down with a rag & cleaned, still looks no better than when it was a pile of rust

    hammatime71hammatime716 aylar önce
  • Lousy job. Get some proper tools. You should try doing something else on your channel like finger painting or eating play doh

    #1 Sign guy#1 Sign guy6 aylar önce
  • you got a good eye for cool shit nice work!!!

    Brent millerBrent miller6 aylar önce
  • That was like painting a out house.

    Tim RolandTim Roland6 aylar önce
  • Not exactly thrilled that you think something from the 70s is an antique seeing as I was born in the 60s but thank you for sharing. Be safe and be lucky.

    wols wildcampingwols wildcamping6 aylar önce
  • nice restoration job

    Bryan BeeverBryan Beever6 aylar önce
  • Very beautiful work

    Omar AzzOmar Azz7 aylar önce
  • Excellent job!!! I remember those heaters! Someone will be very grateful for it's warmth.

    Anniefanny CharlesAnniefanny Charles7 aylar önce
    • What was this yellow liquid?

      numkulaosha numkananumkulaosha numkana7 aylar önce
  • Nice one broo

    Jazz BarbersJazz Barbers7 aylar önce
  • Not used teflon tape for gas leakage safty. Not applied primer in steal surface.

    Gururaj ArkasaliGururaj Arkasali7 aylar önce
    • Also no fire-proof paint.

      MrWolfSnackMrWolfSnack5 aylar önce
  • woow good job bro

  • nice pliers!

    gar ogar o7 aylar önce
  • Dış saçındaki darbeli ezik olan kısımlar düzeltilse daha iyi olurdu.

    Ahmet kuzuAhmet kuzu7 aylar önce
  • q bosta

    Rodrigo SilvaRodrigo Silva7 aylar önce
  • That's called a hwater, and 1970s is not antique. Take this down. This is garbage..

    Jon HandelJon Handel7 aylar önce
    • And so are you. Stay off this site.

      Anniefanny CharlesAnniefanny Charles7 aylar önce
  • Only came here to see an antique that was from the 1970s

    john williamsjohn williams7 aylar önce
  • Soda blasting..........

    josh robinsonjosh robinson7 aylar önce
  • All in all, not a great restoration. It could have been better with primer, smoothing the material, taking out dents, propper spraying technique, putty on the threads for gas line, checking for leaks. My opinion only, of course.

    Spanky McBeanSpanky McBean7 aylar önce
  • FANTASTIC, Very talented man 👍

    TO NOTO NO7 aylar önce
  • Beautiful

    Christine DavisChristine Davis7 aylar önce
  • My old flat had one of these things about twenty years ago. The heat they produce is tremendous!

    Morris McKinnonMorris McKinnon7 aylar önce
  • I hope none of the yellow chemicals goes straight down the drain, it looks pretty potent.

    Dale DDale D7 aylar önce
  • ya i know some one that has that and it still running

    blackgriffinxxblackgriffinxx7 aylar önce
  • It would have been nice to see the dents fixed and some etching primer prior to paint. Also to make sure paint was heat resistant!!

    C5V2HunterC5V2Hunter7 aylar önce
  • CABOOM !!! , what was that

    Anne6621Anne66217 aylar önce
  • OMG, you have made a potential death trap. 7.12 that was not proper heat resistant putty. 9.00, countersunk screws in the handle? NO, PTFE Tape. No checks for Potential gas leaks, which is paramount when repairing gas appliances. Did you use heat resistant paint? Normal spray paint is useless for items that get hot. No check for CO2. THIS HEATER IS DANGEROUS, AN, SHOULD NEVER BE USED, WITHOUT PROPER SAFETY CHECKS.

    TheJR1948TheJR19487 aylar önce
  • Stil no primer.

    Edgar MatzingerEdgar Matzinger7 aylar önce
  • That is so dangerous. Glad it's not goi ng in my house

    383 chevy383 chevy7 aylar önce
  • I hope that won't be used 😳

    383 chevy383 chevy7 aylar önce
  • That's a heater not a stove

    383 chevy383 chevy7 aylar önce
  • Great job, shame about some of the dents you did not knock out !!!

    Brian HintonBrian Hinton7 aylar önce
  • Surprised you didn't try to take the dents out

    Cindi BergCindi Berg7 aylar önce
  • The manual wire brushing part was painful to watch

    ****8 aylar önce
  • You need to pick up some tips on spraying paint from cans and you should always use an etch primer on bare metal. I would not use that heater without first checking properly for leaks

    Optical TraceOptical Trace8 aylar önce
    • He's only doing this to copy repair videos on youtube, he isn't fixing them properly and is doing a very substandard job. It was clear when he doesn't know how to spraypaint and puts an entire layer on in one coat. Just making these videos for clicks and views. Also he didn't use non-flammable paint either. Assuming it doesn't blow up or kill the owner from a gas leak, that paint will combust and ignite.

      MrWolfSnackMrWolfSnack5 aylar önce
  • U dont have expensive tools but u did great job... Hi from TURKEY 🇹🇷

    Gökhan GelmezGökhan Gelmez8 aylar önce
    • Gokhan Gelmez. it is Not a great job. He has made a potential death trap. He made no basic safety checks. This heater could kill someone. It is not about good tools. It is about safety. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing, as this video proves.

      TheJR1948TheJR19487 aylar önce
  • Ces plaques blanches c'est de l'amiante !?

    wiels williamwiels william8 aylar önce
  • You do not show if you tested the piping for leaks. If you didn't do this, it's terribly dangerous!

    RobertoDonattiRobertoDonatti8 aylar önce
  • I wish you had used a hammer to flatten out the bent metal parts

    J-Four SchuttJ-Four Schutt8 aylar önce
    • TheJR1948 CO2 😂 um ok

      Manuel A.Manuel A.2 aylar önce
    • @J-Four Schutt because he obviously doesnt give a good shit what you think.

      Anniefanny CharlesAnniefanny Charles7 aylar önce
    • @TheJR1948 I've told him before and he just ignores the comments I forgot he doesn't read comments when I posted this

      J-Four SchuttJ-Four Schutt7 aylar önce
    • J-Four Schutt. Your only concern is he did not straighten the bent metal. Does it NOT concern you that he made NO checks for Gas Leaks, He made NO checks for CO2. Does it not bother you that this is potentially a DEATH TRAP? You need to sort your priorities out.

      TheJR1948TheJR19487 aylar önce
  • That's no antique just simple old!

    viktor hubaiviktor hubai8 aylar önce
  • Looks great!! You did great work, and I hope it lasts another 40 years. You've been getting better every video you post. Maybe you can donate your items that you restore to a needy charity or school?

    Aaron BAaron B8 aylar önce
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    علي كلاشنكوفعلي كلاشنكوف8 aylar önce
  • With tools you have, you do a really good job 👏, keep going i am your fan😊👍👍👍

    TysyTube RestorationTysyTube Restoration8 aylar önce
    • Mee too brother 👍👍

      Sheikh AamirSheikh Aamir6 aylar önce
    • FFS. This is a Death Trap. No checks for Gas leaks, No PTFE tape to seal connections. If anyone with even less knowledge than you or Mr Tool tries this they could DIE. Either from a Gas explosion ( no check for leaks). Or from CO2 Poisoning.. That is a nice way to DIE. you and your family just fall asleep and never wake up. This is not about tools this is about safety, he may not have the best tools. But, that is not an excuse for doing the job safely. If the heater had been used for any length of time a leak would leave a build up of gas inside the cabinet. Then BOOM and a room full of dead people. Likewise with CO2, a build up of CO2 is also a killer. AKA, the SILENT KILLER. When working with Gas, safety is Paramount you CANNOT Take chances.

      TheJR1948TheJR19487 aylar önce

      Brayden HorversBrayden Horvers7 aylar önce
    • en iyisi sensin tystube :) keşke hepsi senin gibi işini güzel yapsa

      Ferhat ŞahinFerhat Şahin8 aylar önce
    • hi bro, i think the same -> less tools = more hardwork edit: don't saw your last video on helmet, i go to it just after ;p

      Thomas K.Thomas K.8 aylar önce
  • it is not antique i have this kind of heater in my house

    Ahmad AliAhmad Ali8 aylar önce
  • 1970s, it's not so antique!!!! 😭😭😭😭😭 Any way good job.

    Davide DomenichiniDavide Domenichini8 aylar önce
    • for example, nokia 3310 is an antique cellphone, just 1990 ;p

      Thomas K.Thomas K.8 aylar önce
1970s Antique and Rusty Gas Heater Restoration