It is stated NOT TO USE KEROSENE in the Sportster 11 533 Coleman stove.You can use it in the Colman 533 right? Great post.
Correct.It is stated NOT TO USE KEROSENE in the Sportster 11 533 Coleman stove.
One last digression, of special interest to preppers. Modern unleaded is notoriously unstable in storage, while unopened coleman fuel containers remain good for 5yrs and opened ones for 1 yr (according to the company).
* unleaded without the 10% ethanol, unless running coleman gear designed for it, like the 285a lantern that has an ear of corn on the label.
** traditionally using denatured alcohol.
The dual fuel and multifuel stoves are different in that they may have:The newer stoves are designed to use higher octane gas without clogging. If you are going to use unleaded use the lowest octane you can find.....just my 2 cents.