Klean-Strip Klean Heat is the perfect choice to use in place of K-1 kerosene in kerosene-burning appliances such as heaters, lamps and stoves. This premium fuel is safer and more convenient to store than kerosene. It contains less sulfur and aromatics so it has NO kerosene odor - before, during, and after burning. The clear formula burns clean to extend the life of your wick and limit smoke, soot and emissions. Klean Heat is the superior choice for safe and odorless warmth this season.
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85%of customersrecommend this product17 of 20reviews
Rating Breakdown21 reviews
85%of customersrecommend this product17 of 20reviews
This product is excellent for kerosene heaters or lamps. It gives off virtually no odor when burning. It is better than the 1-K kerosene which up till now was the best you could buy for your lamps or heaters.. Klean Heat burns clean, makes your wicks last longer and has less odor than the 1-K kerosene. The price of the Klean Heat is very competitive with the 1-k kerosene. I have read reviews where some say that Klean Heat has an odor, I don’t believe this to be the fault of the product, but a problem with a to rich or to lean adjustment on the burning wick or a wick that needs trimming or some other operational problem. I have used Klean Heat in my Aladdin Lamps and my Aladdin Blue Flame heaters without a noticeable odor. It is just a great product.
I use this for oil lamps. It is about half as expensive as other "clean oil" but as far as I can tell just as good. My local HD store did not put these out for sale so I had to ask several people to get it for me that resulted in 3 trips to the store. I eventually figured out that it was better to order it on line and then pick it up after they found out where it was being kept. It is sometimes advertised as being a "gallon" but it is 120oz, 8oz short of a gallon.
I use this for all my oil lamps, at home as well as the cabin on my hunting land. The smell is NOTHING compared to K2 kerosene. It seems to last longer and burn brighter as well. I can get a higher flame before the lamp starts to smoke the place up too.
I would never go back to using kerosine again. Klean Heat burns a lot cleaner and is odorless. I can finally run my forced air heater without opening the shop doors. The price is a little high for it not to be a gallon but it's worth it. And without the fumes it should be a little safer to store.
I've used this for a few years when emergencies arise, such as power outages or times when the furnace is down for repair. It is not true that there is NO smell, but there is only a little and it is much better than any kerosene I've been able to find. It's burn time is roughly the same as kerosene as well. I always keep a few gallons around for emergencies. I don't know what the max.shelf life is, but I have been able to keep and use unopened bottles from one winter to the next.
I repair and restore oil lamps, be they flat wick, tubular (round) wick or mantle lamps like ALADDIN lamps. All perform better with this oil, and the odor is so small as to be negligible. Make sure to leave at least 1/2 inch of headspace in the font when filling, as any oil expands when it warms. I particularly like it's clean-burning properties. I discovered Klean-Heat when a friend moved and left me four gallons...I started using it in oil lamps, and have not looked back> It is also competitively priced with liquid paraffin, as I've seen a 3 liter (3 qt. 4 oz.) container for as much as $18 within the last few days. It is stable for as long as it's in the original container, or properly stored in a kerosene (blue color) container.
DO NOT store the oil in the lamps if you can prevent it, as any oil will give off volatiles over time, decreasing it's burnability. Instead, keep the oil safely stored, with a funnel and paper towels to hand for cleanup. IMMEDIATELY after wiping up any spills, move the oily rags/towels outside to a METAL container in case of fire.
I have used Klean Heat for several years. It isn't really absolutely odorless; it does have a slight odor. (My wife has the gift of outstanding sense of smell -- she says she can detect some, slight odor. I can not detect any odor.) It has a long shelf life. We use it exclusively for lamps and lanterns when the power goes out. We would not use any other product. The ONLY down side is the expense. At over $11.00 a gallon, it's not cheap. But, when the lights go out, it's dependable, so who's counting?
I used this during the power outage in CT last month and it worked great. It wasn't completely odorless as there was a slight smell during startup and shutdown but it was 10x better than kerosene. I'm not sure what the shelf life is but I plan to always have at least a couple gallons in the house for emergencies.
During the recent power outage in CT, I was scrambling around trying to find kerosene and luckily I came across this, never heard of it before but had no choice it was all that was around. What a pleasant surprise!! I will never go back to kerosene. No soot, no obnoxious smell... works great on heating my house. It may be a bit more than kerosene but I think it's well worth it.
I started buying this product 3 years ago for a home based business I run out of my garage. The space heaters were not sufficient. So I purchased a forced air heater and the regular kerosene left a bad odor. This was perfect. I can be in there all I want during the cold months.
This product does not emmit the smell of kerosene as others do. The air is more tolerable for breathing. It does cost a little more than regular kerosene, but it is worth it, especially when you have company.