Kerosene: also known as the following – Kero, General Purpose Degreasing and Cleaning Solvent. Also known as Paraffin, Lamp oil, Heating fuel, Kerosene Fuel, Kero Fuel, Kerosene Solvent, Kerosene Lamp Fuel and Lighting Kerosene.
Kerosene Common Uses
– Kerosene is primarily used as a fuel for lighting and heating. It does, however, have uses as a solvent where a low cost, wide-cut, slow evaporating aliphatic solvent is required.
– Kerosene’s high energy value and clean burning properties make this product ideal kerosene fuel for home Kerosene heaters, Kerosene stoves, kerosene lamps, kerosene refrigeration units & vaporisation burners.
– A workshop parts cleaner and general purpose degreaser.
– Kerosene can clean motorcycle chains of old lubricant.
– Kerosene can remove candle wax.
– Kerosene removes old glue/stickers from untinted glass/painted surfaces.
– Paint manufacture: Kerosene is used in paint formulations requiring a slow evaporating, aliphatic solvent.
– Insecticide Sprays: As a base solvent and diluent in insecticide sprays