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[Canadian Tire] Kero-world 10500 BTU kerosene heater $99.99 YMMV?

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[Canadian Tire] Kero-world 10500 BTU kerosene heater $99.99 YMMV?

Found a nice kerosene moveable heater on sale. I'm not sure it is only in local store? It shows the price is 99.99 for me. Has anyone use it indoor?
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Aug 30, 2006
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Toronto
Which location? Yes, you can use it indoor provided you use Clear Kerosene, no exception. Clear Kerosene is an ultra-low sulfur fuel, virtually smokeless and emits very little CO. But if you use Regular Kerosene, CO emission might be higher. To be on safe side, even with Clear Kerosene, always use Battery Operated CO monitor beside any fuel burning unit during power failure or whenever an exhaust fan is not operable.
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Jul 11, 2017
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With the price of Kerosene especially clear, i don't know why anyone would use one of these?
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Aug 30, 2006
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Toronto
No offense meant here, in case of POWER DOWN for couple of days to a week or so, just like the ICE STORM of 2013-2014, this will come handy. Unless you have a gas furnace or a wood burning stove, this is still a good option. Clean burn, no mess.
Bella125 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 10:22 am
With the price of Kerosene especially clear, i don't know why anyone would use one of these?
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Jan 2, 2016
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Kirkland, QC
One keg of Kerosene heats a house in winter for 24 hours. I used mine for 20 years at the cottage and at home during power outages. I`m in for one at that price for a spare.
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Oct 8, 2009
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Kitchener
Any sku number? That would help.

Or a posted receipt for sku or upc numbers
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bugsy_n_blue wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 10:30 pm
Which location? Yes, you can use it indoor provided you use Clear Kerosene, no exception. Clear Kerosene is an ultra-low sulfur fuel, virtually smokeless and emits very little CO. But if you use Regular Kerosene, CO emission might be higher. To be on safe side, even with Clear Kerosene, always use Battery Operated CO monitor beside any fuel burning unit during power failure or whenever an exhaust fan is not operable.
I'm not so sure you should breathe the exhaust from kerosine. It should state whether you can on the appliance.

As well as CO the other toxic substance is ultra-fine particles which, I believe, is in the products of combustion of all oil-based fuels. No, you won't be found dead in the morning. Ultra-fines is cumulative over time and leads to cancer.

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