(SF Bay Area)
A shop I use to work at switched to Propylene years ago for a long time, I used it for several years and liked it, it didn't seem that much different once I got used to it. It was very easy to get use to. I still have my tips. The shop I work at now uses Acetylene. It doesn't matter to me which I use for cutting Propylene or Acetylene.
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