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#1 posted 10-26-2010 02:14 AM

Many years ago, I had a 2 car garage . I wasn’t ww’ing then, but I was doing cars and motorcycles in there.
I had a small,cast iron woodburning stove for heat. I kept a fan behind it to move the air.

Safety wise, it takes a lot of vigilance, but it can be done.

In reality, I didn’t get a whole lot done there in the winter. I’d get a good fire going, and a little work, but mostly dealing with the fire.

I would suggest a propane heater. It doesn’t take up much space, can be moved around as needed, and would consume less of your time.

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