Can Kerosene Go Bad?


Kerosene can go bad if it begins to cloud up. However, this takes a good deal of time. You shouldn't worry about kerosene going bad in a year's time if stored properly.
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Yes, Kerosene can go bad, but if stored properly, it can last about 6-10 years. They have synthetic types made these days, though, that have a much longer shelf life.
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