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Posted: I recently discovered a fuel called Klean Heat which claimed to be an oderless, non-toxic, Kerosene replacement that met or exceeded all Kerosene safety standards. I couldn't find out what the stuff was actually made of although the company that made it did send me an MSDS.
Not to dig up a corpse, but my local hardware store recently started carrying this Kleen Heat. Since no one has answered this question, I thought I'd ask again. My only other option at the store right now is a 5 gallon container or Kerosene. I dont know if Ill be doing quite THAT much burning.
"to a man whose only tool is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail." Abraham Maslow
It's cheaper if you buy more of it just put it into smaller containers. And I think I've heard that name before... I have an idea. Buy a little of it and see how it works! As for finding out what it is... I'm not sure, but this might help! https://lmgtfy.com/?q=klean+heat
I found out from a review that it burns longer than white gas, is cheaper than white gas, has about as much smoke as it, lights a little slower, and can be shipped UPS. Also doesn't have the eye-watering smell that kero and white gas have as well as little afterburn smell.