Rajadurga Lamp Oil – 200ml
You should never use mineral oil, rubbing alcohol, or pure gasoline as fuel for an oil lamp. These materials can pose serious health hazards from vapors and aromatics that are released when they are burned. Improper use of fuel can lead to respiratory illnesses, fire, or explosion. You should also never use acetone, propane, turpentine, household cleaners, or other highly ignitable substances to fill your oil reservoir.
Oil lamps are a form of lighting, and were used as an alternative to candles before the use of electric lights. Lamp oil may seem like the logical choice in terms of fueling your oil lamp, but there are a wide variety of alternative fuels you can use for different results. Not all alternative fuels are suitable for antique kerosene and paraffin oil lamps.