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Lamp Oil Vs. Kerosene

by Jason Sandahl
Fuel-burning lamps and lanterns can be used for various reasons. A tasteful lamp can change the ambiance of your home for a dinner party, while a lantern is extremely useful for a camping trip. Kerosene and lamp oil are the two most popular choices for lighting a lamp or lantern, but before buying e...
  • Cynthia Ernest

    How to Burn Olive Oil in an Oil Lamp | eHow

  • Keriah Garcia

    How to Make Oil Lamp Fuel -mix 1 tsp. distilled water into 16 oz. bottle of isopropyl alcohol & 1/2 tsp essential oil(optional) Shake. Label bottle- fuel is ready to use. You can also use straight olive oil, coconut oil or mineral oil.

  • Tina Golden

    How to Make Oil Lamp Fuel Oil lamp fuel is made from isopropyl alcohol and distilled water. Essential oil may be added to give the lamp oil a pleasant aroma. The isopropyl alcohol is available in most stores that carry rubbing alcohol. The isopropyl alcohol has an alcohol content of 91 or 99 percent. Rubbing alcohol does not work well to make oil lamp fuel. Mark the container the mixture is stored in, so it does not get confused with rubbing alcohol.

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