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Posted on Wrong time of the year, but anybody use antique "Perfection" Kerosene Heater for shop heat ?

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#1 posted 04-25-2011 02:43 AM

Kerosene is $6 a gallon here. I find that on a good cold winter day I can burn 2 gallons. I feel that propane is more cost effective. And doesn’t smell as bad. I am seriously considering a small wood heater.

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