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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was thinking about it because I have heard olive oil can actually replace kerosene in those kerosene lamps, and I know about the olive oil lamp made from a pop can. So does anyone know if rendered fat would be a viable substitute? I'm talking specifically about it being used in those kerosene...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've started to add oil and oil lanterns to my supplies. I already stock propane, kerosene, and candles for lighting, but feel it is wise to have as many options as possible. I've noticed that the metal frame lanterns I buy say to use only kerosene or oil, depending on the lantern. However, they...
  3. Urban Survival
    HI folks, To prepare myself I got a load of kerosene (which I'm now getting rid of as I am moving place) in Harrow, UK I have loads of £1 hurricane lamps and 3 old fashioned kero stoves plus a primus omnifuel. Seems like a good strategy. I nearly got myself a kerosene heater but eventually...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I was searching on Coleman gas lanterns and found they make a single mantel lantern that runs on kerosene. They run under $70.00 # The feaures of this Coleman Kerosene lantern are: 3.99 lbs # Powered by 1.3 pints of kerosene fuel # 7 hours burn time # High light output - 320 candle power.
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