Can I Use Kerosene in My Oil Furnace?


You can use kerosene in your oil furnace as it will have the added advantage of burning more cleanly than conventional heating oil. The down side to using kerosene is that it will cost more per litre than heating oil.
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No, you cannot use kerosene in an oil furnace. Doing this will cause an explosion. Oil burns slower than kerosene and your heater has been calibrated to burn oil.
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