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Tiki Torch FuelRated 4.33 out of 5 Select options CLEAN Lamp OilRated 5.00 out of 5 Select options Candle Oil – Paraffin Lamp OilRated 5.00 out of 5 Select options So, you just picked up an antique oil lamp at a garage sale, and aren’t sure what type of oil to use? Planning a weekend…

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To smoke or not to smoke?

It can sometimes be confusing to figure out which fuels are safe for use indoors. There’s nothing like the ambiance of dining by an oil candle, but toxic fumes can really put a damper on your dinner. The fewer additives to your fuel, the less likely it is to smoke. Pure paraffin oil is the…

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How long does paraffin lamp oil last?

Recently, I was asked how long our paraffin lamp oil will burn, and found myself without a definitive answer. However, as I do enjoy being a know-it-all, I decided to go out to my “laboratory” and test for myself.

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Playing with fire CAN be fun!

  I’m interested in all things fire-related, and in my Googling around, I found something really cool…Fire Arts. According to Wikipedia, the term Fire Arts includes any or all talents of fire performers. According to ME, it’s the coolest use for paraffin oil I’ve ever seen.

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Fire Fly Fuels, Inc. Introduces Eco-Friendly, Non-Toxic Safe & Green Tiki Torch Fuel and Lamp Oil for Indoor/Outdoor Use

SUMMARY: Firefly Safe & Green Tiki Torch Fuel and Lamp Oil is 100% sustainable, non-toxic, odorless, and non-flammable. This new, eco-friendly fuel boasts extended burn times and consumer-safe packaging. Firefly Fuel, Inc., a worldwide distributor of tiki torch fuel and lamp oil introduced today Firefly Safe and Green Fuel. “We’re extremely excited to bring a…

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Lamp Oil and Tiki Torch Fuel Alternatives

Tiki Torch fuels are designed specifically for use outdoors in wicked burners and torches. There are some alternatives that are less expensive such as kerosene. Kerosene is a heater fuel and when used in wicked torches and lamps it smokes excessively and releases gasses and pollutants into the air that I personally don’t want to…

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Instructions for installating a pour spout into a 5-gallon container of Firefly Fuel

5-Gallon Containers of Firefly Bulk Lamp Oil or Tiki Torch Fuel

Buying Bulk Lamp Oil is Economically a Very Good Idea. Here are the instructions for using Firefly 5-GALLON Containers. You have received our DOT-approved, 5-gallon container filled with one of our Firefly Fuels. Now, how do you use a 5-gallon container most efficiently? • The first thing you need to do is install the spigot. To do…

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How to Color Lamp Oil?

How To Color Lamp Oil

Firefly Glass Oil Candles make a design statement as well as set the mood for any dining event. I’ll show you how to easily color lamp oil using simple techniques. While I am a minimalist and think much less is more, surprisingly, I actually prefer colored lamp oil to clear. The other interesting point is…

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Firefly CLEAN Lamp Oil vs. Firefly Paraffin Lamp Oil

CLEAN Non-Paraffin Lamp Oil Testimonial

Hi Eric, Thank you so much for taking the time and interest to write such a FABULOUS testimonial about our CLEAN Non-Paraffin Lamp Oil. It really means a lot to us. We are very excited about our new products and your testimonial will help to spread the word. We all are consumers in the end.…

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Refillable Oil Candles vs. Disposable Fuel Cells

Can you tell the difference between these two table lights? Well, there’s a BIG difference. One Candleholder contains a DISPOSABLE, throw-away fuel cell and the other an eco-friendly refillable fuel cell, aka, oil candle. Disposable fuel cells are purchased in large quantities by restaurants, usually by the case, because they throw them away. Guess what?…

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WT Kirkman 15" Champion & 12" Little Champ

Which Lamp Oil for Tubular Oil Lamps?

Which lamp oil should I use in my tubular oil lamps? Here’s a very straight-forward answer. Tubular lanterns were designed to burn fuels with a flash point of 124° F to 150° F. Simply, the flash point is the lowest temperature where the vapor of a combustible liquid ignites. The lower the flash point, the…

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Copper Maui Tiki Torch

4 Tiki Torch Fuels – 2 New Tiki Torch Fuel Alternatives

This post identifies the newest tiki torch fuel alternatives on the market today. No need to put up with excessive soot & smoke anymore. First of all, let me address kerosene. Kerosene is NOT recommended for use in tiki torches and here’s why. • Noxious fumes produced are very harmful to eyes, lungs, and skin…

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clean spilled lamp oil

How to Clean Up Spilled Lamp Oil and Candle Oil

So, your cat, dog, child or significant other has knocked over an oil lamp (of course it wasn’t you), and you’re scrambling to clean up the spilled lamp oil? All is not lost – you can remove lamp and candle oil from hard surfaces, carpet or fabric by following these simple steps.

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