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KleanHeat Oil Lamp Fuel

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 Choose Klean-Heat: it's premium, clean-burning oil lamp fuel. It's a little bit more expensive than some fuels you can buy, but we think it's worth it.
  • Easy-to-pour jug holds 1 gallon (128 oz) fuel
  • Travels quickly up oil lamp wicks
  • Made primarily for kerosene heaters but works great in oil lamps
  • Little to no smoke or odor
  • The clear fuel is a less-smelly alternative to kerosene
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KLEANHEAT OIL LAMP FUEL DESCRIPTION
"SO-much better than the "regular" kerosene, and way-better than the wick-clogging paraffin. Burns even, clean, and with only a very-slight-hint of smell upon first-lighting . . ." --Richard

"This is great lamp oil. I am very sensitive to chemical smells. The oil does smell like Kerosene, but when it burns, there is NO odor. I have now purchased 2 cases of this oil and will purchase only this oil to burn in my lamps." --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

Customer Reviews of KleanHeat Oil Lamp Fuel
Product Rating: 4.1 out of 5.0(17 reviews)
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- 3/13/2011
said: Brittany
"I use this in all of our oil lamps throughout the house. It does burn really really bright, much brighter than paraffin or any oil I've seen! As for not having an odor though, this sadly isn't true. I'm very sensitive to smells, and it gives me a headache... it smells like Kerosene, but not quite as strong. I still love it though, and will get used the smell over time just so that I can see better in my house at night! :P"
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- 11/1/2010
said: Al W.
"This is the brightest burning odorless fuel I have found for my lanterns and oil lamps. I was using aladdin but this is brighter and I think has a lot less odor than the aladdin oil. I am very sensitive to the kerosene small and this is the most tollerable fuel I have found. I am able to find it locally seasonally but I am glad Lehman's offers it year round so I can get it when ever I need some."
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- 11/27/2012
said: Anonymous User
"SO-much better than the "regular" kerosene, and way-better than the wick-clogging paraffin. Burns even, clean, and with only a very-slight-hint of smell upon first-lighting. Pricey, yes---but it's worth the trade-off for indoor use. In my case, it seems to "feed" better than the Aladdin-oil, in my non-Aladdin-style lamp, but that's just an opinion. "
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- 10/5/2012
said: Nancy
"Wow..I love this oil! It burns very brightly, and we don't smell anything like some reviewers state. You can smell it when you pour it from the container to the vessel, but once the lid is back on, there is no smell. I recommend this to anyone."
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- 5/28/2012
said: John
"This is great lamp oil. I am very sensitive to chemical smells. The oil does smell like Kerosene, but when it burns, there is NO odor. I have now purchased 2 cases of this oil and will purchase only this oil to burn in my lamps."
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- 11/19/2012
said: Anonymous User
"The best! I use it in my oil lamps and my kerosene heater. It burns brightly, and the smell is slight (noticeable with the kerosene heater, not so much with the oil lamps). My only complaint is the price. I can get it for under $12 for the same size bottle at Lowe's! "
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- 12/30/2012
said: Anonymous User
"Dietzman said on 12/30/12 I read somewhere that "real" kerosene burns better than any lamp oil, but I am really pleased with this Klean-Heat substitute. No, it isn't really odorless, but the smell is at least 1/2 that of kerosene. I also believe that Klean-Heat isn't as "hazardous" as kerosene, although I am not at all afraid of using "real" kerosene. I am glad that Lehman's is selling this product, because Lowes and the Home Depot don't always have it. The cap on the one gallon jug actually has a rubber seal in it, to prevent leakage and/or evaporation. If you were wondering, I use Klean-Heat in my Dietz Blizzard lantern."
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