Model # GKKH99991

Internet #100112454

Store SKU #391171

Klean-Strip Heat Odorless Fuel
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Klean-Strip

Heat Odorless Fuel

  • No odor when burning
  • Less smoke and soot than Kerosene
  • Safer to use and store than Kerosene
$ 11 98
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Product Overview

  • No odor when burning
  • Less smoke and soot than Kerosene
  • Safer to use and store than Kerosene
K1 Kerosene contains higher levels of aromatics when compared the Klean Heat. The higher levels of aromatic in K1 Kerosene give it a stronger odor when compared to Klean Heat. Two possible reasons why the lamp may be producing higher levels of odor of than expected. First there may be residual amounts of kerosene in the lamp or on the wick. The odor will be improved as the kerosene is burned off. The residual kerosene could be rinsed out of the lamp using the Klean Heat and disposed of properly and replace the wick. The second reason is the lamp may not be completely burning the fuel. Make sure the wick in the lamp is in good shape (replacing is the better option) and the lamp is set according to the manufactures directions. When burning kerosene lamps or kerosene heaters indoors, make sure there is adequate ventilation to prevent the build-up of carbon monoxide.
  • No odor when burning
  • Excellent heat output
  • Less smoke and soot than kerosene
  • Safer to use and store than kerosene
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • No odor when burning
  • Less smoke and soot than Kerosene
  • Safer to use and store than Kerosene
Model #: GKKH99991
Sku #: 391171
Internet #: 100112454

K1 Kerosene contains higher levels of aromatics when compared the Klean Heat. The higher levels of aromatic in K1 Kerosene give it a stronger odor when compared to Klean Heat. Two possible reasons why the lamp may be producing higher levels of odor of than expected. First there may be residual amounts of kerosene in the lamp or on the wick. The odor will be improved as the kerosene is burned off. The residual kerosene could be rinsed out of the lamp using the Klean Heat and disposed of properly and replace the wick. The second reason is the lamp may not be completely burning the fuel. Make sure the wick in the lamp is in good shape (replacing is the better option) and the lamp is set according to the manufactures directions. When burning kerosene lamps or kerosene heaters indoors, make sure there is adequate ventilation to prevent the build-up of carbon monoxide.

  • No odor when burning
  • Excellent heat output
  • Less smoke and soot than kerosene
  • Safer to use and store than kerosene
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.74
Product Height (in.)
9.95
Product Width (in.)
7.07

Details

Heating Technology Type
Radiant
Part Type
Heating Element
Product Weight (lb.)
7.01lb

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If you are not completely satisfied, return your sales receipt with a description of your complaint. Liability is limited to refund of the purchase price.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.74
Product Height (in.)
9.95
Product Width (in.)
7.07

Details

Heating Technology Type
Radiant
Part Type
Heating Element
Product Weight (lb.)
7.01lb

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If you are not completely satisfied, return your sales receipt with a description of your complaint. Liability is limited to refund of the purchase price.

Questions & Answers

Can this be used in an oil lamp

Asked by: Lori
Yes. This is an excellent fuel for round wick lamps (such as Rayo, Juno, and Aladdin lamps), flat wick lamps (such as Riverside, Eagle, and H&J) and lanterns. I have a large number of antique and new oil lamps and I have found Klean-Heat lamp fuel to work brilliantly in all of them.
Answered by: Lampman
Date published: 2018-12-08

How many hours will 1 gallon burn?

Trying to see how many of these to purchase, I can't lift a large 4 gallon carrier, so I am buying the smaller ones, how many will I need for 24 hour period of time? Or how many gallons will I need per day? Trying to get ready for this storm that is coming.
Asked by: allison
I have old fashioned kerosene table "parlor" lamps with a flat 7/8" wick and a 26 to 28 oz. reservoir. I get about 75 to 80 minutes of light per ounce in these early 20th century lamps. So I'll get at least 160 hours of light from one gallon (per lamp). At $11 per gallon it costs less than 7 cents per hour (per lamp) to operate. No odor -- which is why I exclusively use Klean-Heat in my lamps.
Answered by: IP
Date published: 2019-03-06

Can Klein heat be used with a trangia alcohol burner?

Can Klein heat be used with a trangia alcohol burner?
Asked by: Lost2wood
These stoves are designed primarily for backpackers, with a focus on light weight, durability and simple design. Trangia stoves were initially preferred over kerosene (paraffin) pressure stoves because they required only one type of fuel (alcohol, usually in the form of methylated spirit).
Answered by: Jerw
Date published: 2019-02-21

Will you ship this product to my local store for me to pick up?

Will you ship this product to my local store for me to pick up?
Asked by: Greg
Yes, If not available in the store
Answered by: RGG
Date published: 2018-10-05
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Customer Reviews

Heat Odorless Fuel is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 134.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for oil lamps, especially my Aladdin mantle lamps. 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.
Date published: 2013-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product heated the entire first floor which is 1,000 square feet. I didn't smell that typic... This product heated the entire first floor which is 1,000 square feet. I didn't smell that typical chemical odor that usually accompanies kerosene heater. I will continue to purchase this item.
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I constantly purchase the1 gallon bottles.For a time, Home Depot... I constantly purchase the1 gallon bottles.For a time, Home Depot carried a 2 bottle box of Klein Heat in a box but stopped carrying in store with no reason why they stopped.
Date published: 2019-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Use this in an 80,000 BTU heater when working in... Use this in an 80,000 BTU heater when working in the garage on really cold days. Compared to kerosene it’s much appreciated because of the greatly diminished odor.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I like the clean smell but the price and availability is to hard to get. Price is way o we what I... I like the clean smell but the price and availability is to hard to get. Price is way o we what I think is economical.
Date published: 2019-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from K 1 Kerosene is the cleanest burning kerosene I have... K 1 Kerosene is the cleanest burning kerosene I have ever used. I use it to heat my garage workshop in winter.
Date published: 2019-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was very convenient being that I use it in... It was very convenient being that I use it in the house I go to different stores always stocking up on this
Date published: 2019-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great in our working environment!!! Odorless and leaves no residue on our trucks!! Works great in our working environment!!! Odorless and leaves no residue on our trucks!!
Date published: 2019-03-12
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