Skip to content
888-472-6740 (Mon - Fri, 9 am - 4 pm Eastern)

Tiki torch fuel information

Picking the Right Fuel for the Job – Free Shipping

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…

Read More
Time-Lapse Video - Tiki Torch Fuel Burnoff

How long will my tiki torch fuel last?

We get this question all the time, and the truth is… it depends. Below are some factors to help you determine how long your tiki torch fuel will last. • Quality of your fuel • Diameter of your wick and wick exposure • Weather Conditions The quality of your tiki torch fuel is by far…

Read More

What kind of tiki torch is best for you?

All you need to do is Google “tiki torches”, and you’ll find more different torches than you could ever imagine, at every price. But which to choose? If you’re planning a one-night luau or garden party and are looking for some ambiance, the budget torch is best for you. Available at any hardware or superstore,…

Read More

Improve your mood with tiki torches!

We all know that tiki torches can add ambiance to any outdoor occasion, but did you know the Citronella and Lemon Eucalyptus used in the torch fuel can also lift your spirits? We put these potent essential oils in our torch fuel because of their well known, time-tested properties. The scent of these fresh, citrusy…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More
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…

Read More
Intependent Lab Test of FireFly Tiki Torch Fuel vs. Big-Box Tiki Torch Fuel

Tiki Torch Fuels Tested by Independent Lab

This test was commissioned to compare Citronella Torch fuel and Medallion® Lamp Fuel both marketed by Lamplight® Farms against Firefly Tiki Torch fuel. The lab was provided with the simple guidance of providing soot and what fumes were released during normal use.

Read More
Tiki Torch Wick Heights Matter When It Comes to Performance, Smoke and Soot

Tiki Torch Wicks – Wick Height Matters!

Tiki torch wicks should be positioned as low as possible above the wick holder.  This video was shot to illustrate the effect wick height has on the burning quality of tiki torch fuel. The higher the wick… 1) the larger the flame. 2) the greater the amount of soot and smoke. 3) the greater the…

Read More
Time-Lapse Video - Tiki Torch Fuel Burnoff

Low-Smoke & Odorless Tiki Torch Fuel

Summary: Firefly Fuel, Inc. released a new tiki torch fuel, producing noticeably less soot and smoke for tiki torches. Firefly Tiki Torch Fuel has virtually no odor, burns up to 50% longer than competitive fuels and burns cleaner leaving noticeably less soot on tiki torches.

Read More
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…

Read More

What’s really in tiki torch fuel?

Common, big-box store Tiki torch fuel is a petroleum-based product. What this means is it has been refined from crude oil. Crude oil is made up of hydrocarbons, which contain a lot of energy. Many of the chemicals derived from crude oil like gasoline, diesel fuel, and of course, tiki torch fuel, utilize this energy.  …

Read More