is kerosene and lamp oil the same thing?

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Answered: Antique Road Repair Kerosene Lamps

I think I have one of these. i was told they were called a flambo or a flamebo. I searched the web and you are the only other person i have found who has one. Are yours weighted on the inside bottom with what looks like copper coils? please email me if you come up with anything or want to compare ...

Answered: Danvers mass Store name that sells electrical ... such as lamps

Lamps are sold in just about every store you can think of. Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Lowes. Are you always this clueless?

Answered: Oil that goes in Hanging lamp

Hanging lamps have a long wick that goes into a container of oil. You let the wick soak for a day or so and capillary action draws the oil to the top of the wick. Hanging lamps might only be a few inches tall and they usually burn kerosene. Usually kerosene lanterns are safe to use but if you ...

Answered: Can you dye lamp oil

I'm sure it's possible because every Christmas season scented and colored lamp oils are for sale in my area. As to how it's done, I can't say, but the answer is out there somewhere. The colors I recall seeing were red and gold.

Answered: Mix Kerosene with #2 Heating Oil?

Yes. In fact, in colder climates kerosene is mixed into #2 fuel oil at a 1:1 ratio to prevent gelling in fuel oil tanks that are outside. Kerosene produces less BTUs per gallon, but if you already have it sitting there, it's still a net gain and a savings versus having to dispose of it.

Answered: Cannot find Atlas oil .,llc in versailles,Ky 40383 Does it still exist

Atlas Oil Co., President Marion Stallard 1645 Midway Rd Versailles, Kentucky 40383-9737 Its Kentucky license is listed as Inactive. I found another Atlas Oil listing in Corydon KY (270) 827 0556.
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How do I get an oil job in north dakota?

It's all the Frozen North. Bubba, Southern by birth an' choice.

Antique oil Lamp

Try taking the lamp to an antique dealer because it's hard to give a value when the condition of the item must be taken into account. Good luck.

Wireing a lamp

check out asian floor lamps I think they have a tutorial on page about such things