Lamplight Ultra-Pure Lamp Oil, 32-Ounce, Clear
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- The purest oil for the cleanest burn
- Sootless, smokeless and odorless
- 99-percent paraffin oil, burns clean
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Headquartered in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, was acquired by the W.C. Bradley Co. in 1998 and has a rich heritage of innovation around the warm glow of a flickering flame.
Beginning in 1964, Lamplight pioneered the development of an indoor lamp oil that was specially formulated to burn without smoke and odor. Lamplight expanded its line of indoor oil lamps and oil by illuminating yards with its outdoor torches and citronella fuel. To further build its position in the outdoor torch category, Lamplight acquired TIKI Brand in 2001 and quickly started designing new TIKI Brand products to appeal to a wide variety of people with different backyards, patios, and decks.
Today, Lamplight continues to enter exciting new territory with more stylish designs and innovative products like TIKI Brand BiteFighter Torch Fuel, which provides proven mosquito repellency, and TIKI Brand Clean Burn Outdoor Tabletop Firepieces and Torch Fuel, which dramatically reduce soot and smoke. As long as there are outdoor gatherings, Lamplight will continue to invite family, friends, and neighbors to gather around the warm glow of its TIKI Brand products.
Lamplight Ultra-Pure Lamp Oil, 32-Ounce, Clear
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There is a lot of confusion on what oil to use in lanterns, but it is really not too difficult to understand.
THIS product is a PARAFFIN oil. Paraffin oils are great for INDOOR and OUTDOOR use in lanterns and lamps with 1/2" or smaller wick, as well as in oil candles. (Some will say you can use this in lanterns up to 1" wick sizes, although most "experts" would advise not using this on wicks larger than 1/2" because it can soot up or clog the wick).
Standard Lamp Oil (Like Medallion Clear Lamp Oil) is also safe for INDOOR AND OUTDOOR use. It is NOT paraffin based. It can be used in all lamps and lanterns no matter the wick size, but should NOT be used with oil candles.
You can also use K-1 Kerosene (ultra pure and clear--NOT THE RED STUFF). Kerosene can be used in oil lanterns and lamps but I believe it is best for outdoor use only. It can NOT be used in oil candles.
And that's all you really need to know!
Hope this helps!!
We have a fire breathing (nostril wicks) dragon on the dinner table (local potters) and some candles.
The generic "odor free" lamp oil worked reasonably well - some smoking.
When we ran out the "lamp oil" (generic) smoked horribly
This is very much smoke free and we love it.
Do note that the flames we got were about half sized - due to the very much reduced flash-point of the selectively refined oil.
So you WILL have to adjust your wicks (our Dragon nostrils barely stayed lit while warming up for the draw).
But when we adjusted them up a bit - well - "just right" and still no smoking..
"Paraffin Oil is NOT designed or suitable for use in tubular lanterns or oil lamps that use flat wick, or Kosmos or Matador type oil lamps. Further, it burns only 1/2 as bright of any of the approved fuels listed above. Paraffin oil has a much higher viscosity and a flash point of 200 degrees or higher, as compared to the flash point of 150 degrees for kerosene. These differences inhibit the necessary capillary action of the wick, and will cause Lamps and Lanterns with 7/8" or larger wick to burn improperly and erratic. Once a wick is contaminated with paraffin oil, it must be replaced in order for the lantern to burner properly. If you must use paraffin oil, it may be mixed 1:10 to 2:10 (one to two parts paraffin,) to ten parts standard lamp oil or kerosene so that it will burn satisfactorily. Paraffin Oil is sold in the United States under the following trade names, which should be avoided except for use with lamps or lanterns with 1/4" Round of 1/2" flat or smaller wick"
Just bought 3 pewter oil lamps and this brand of smokeless oil was recommended by the Danforth store. We had previous oil lamps and the flutes would get sooty because we were not using a paraffin lamp oil, but a less costly lamp oil. This bottle filled all three lamps, small to large.We filled the lamp bases and it does burn much better so well worth the added cost.