Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 25
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ironduke Best lantern and heater fuel
This is the best lantern and heater fuel I have ever used. I like the fact that it burns with no odor. Odor problems with Kleen heat is not a fault of the Kleen heat fuel as I have found out though that if you lamp, lantern, or heater has a dirty or bad wick that any fuel will put off a bad odor including Kleen heat. So if you are having odor problems make sure the wick in your lamp or lantern is properly trimmed and that the wick is clean if it is dirty then replace the wick and trim it properly. If your heater put off an odor then a new wick is needed. If your kerosene burning appliance is in good working order then Kleen heat will burn very clean with no odor. I am very happy with this product.
December 27, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by stuccojoe Nothing spectacular!
This product is no different than regular kerosene. I decided to try Klean Heat to minimize from the odors of the kerosene I was using before. The Klean Heat basically smells the same as kerosene. The moment I opened the seal on the container I knew there would be hardly any difference in smell. As far as soot goes, identical to kerosene as well. I am trying the product in Dietz kerosene lanterns and find that the glass globes needed to be wiped down just as frequently as if I was using kerosene. The price for a gallon of Klean Heat is similar to what I was paying for K-1 kerosene. I am not sure what the hype is regarding Klean Heat? I will continue to test out the product on other burners and will repost if positive changes occur. In the meantime, I will continue to search for an affordable fuel that promises clean heat!
December 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by james3751 Excellent kerosene heater and lamp fuel substitute!
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.
December 22, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TxNMHandyman Great lantern fuel
Cleaner burning than kerosene, less odor, indefinite shelf life if stored properly.
January 1, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Leverfan clean and hot
Using this in oil lantern and kerosene heater. Great performance. I mask what little offensive smell there is by a few drops of cinnamon/nutmeg oil on the hottest part of each unit. Works good to sweeten the air.
Nothing is 5 stars but this fuel is close.
June 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cutolds350 Klean Heat is the best!
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.
March 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by chuckolboy well worth it
awesome fuel no smell been using it for 3 yrs now little pricey about 9 hrs to a tank burns nice
April 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Flashlightdoctor Took some work to get HD to sell me some but worth it.
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.
January 13, 2015