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Posted: Hello everyone I am sorry my question will probably look pretty stupid but I'm french and I just moved to New Zealand with my pois but I can't use them cause I don't know the english name of the substance to fire them!!! So if you could just give me the name of the substance you use and where i can find it, it would be awesome Thanks so much Noemie
flash fireBRONZE Member Sporadically Prodigal 2,758 posts Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia
It speaks about the good and bad points of the more commonly used fuels. I think you're looking for either Kerosene or Lamp Oil.
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FireByNiteSILVER Member Are you up for it?? 349 posts Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Posted: kerosene over here and just about any supermarket or petrol station has at least 1 litre bottles of it for around $4