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Posted: I was just wondering if there is anything that would have a lower burn temperature than white gas that you could soak a wooden ball in, light on fire and roll around your body. I have done it with white gas, and it worked well, I am not burned but I do have slightly less chest and hand hair. I am a contact juggler so a low temperature is very important to anything I light on fire...
Posted: Kerosene has a lower burn temperature than white gas, but you'll end up smelling pretty bad. No matter what fuel you use, you'll lose your body hair. I'd stick with white gas if it worked fine.
Posted: To edit what I said, I have been using lighter fluid, not white gas. I used white gas last night and that basically took care of ICoN's number 1.
I like lighter fluid better, smaller flame and lasts longer. because of the very small amount of gas absorbed into the ball, we are not really having flame trails. A mix of the two seemed to work well because a small amount of white gas helped with lighting the ball. (the lighter fluid takes some time to fully cover the ball in flame.)