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Lampante oil, all the info


It is called "lampante" because it was once used mainly to illuminate special "oil lanterns". Today its uses are many, so much so that it can also be useful in domestic practice, for extraordinary maintenance, for wood care and to keep the motorcycle chain in good health.

Let's see all the details on kerosene: composition, how to use it, where to buy it, safety data sheet and advice.

Lampante oil: composition

The kerosene it is also known as white oil. By chemical composition, thekeroseneis identical to thekerosenealthough other oily compounds may be added depending on use. For example, thekeroseneused in carpentry, for the treatment of stripped wood, it is enriched withstraw yellow oil.

The kerosene is a mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from the distillation of petroleum fractions. Hisusesare many:

  • Used as a fuel for lighting
  • As a degreaser for surfaces
  • As a solvent for waxes
  • Thinner for synthetic and oleosynthetic paints
  • As a lubricant for chains and other mechanical components subject to friction
  • For the treatment of wood
  • For cleaning dirty paint brushes and tools
  • For cleaning and lubricating guns
  • For lubricating locked locks
  • To dissolve bituminous compounds
  • To dissolve paraffin and other oily compounds
  • To remove beeswax or gum stains

The kerosene is also widely used by those involved in motorcycle and car tuning. It is used to clean airbrushes and to give shine to synthetic paints.

Lampante oil: safety data sheet

Thekeroseneit is a highly flammable liquid. It is classified as "dangerous" pursuant to Community Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP). From its safety data sheet, for a correct use, we point out that:

  • It is dangerous for the aquatic environment
  • Dangerous for the environment with long lasting impact
  • It can cause skin irritation
  • Toxic for humans

The liquid, in fact, can be lethal in case of ingestion and penetration into the respiratory tract. Also from the safety data sheet you can read the warnings on use. The producers, in fact, recommend:

  • Keep the package well sealed, away from any heat source and out of the reach of children.
  • Do not smoke during use.
  • Wear protective gloves.
  • Wear face mask to protect eyes and face.

As stated, thekerosenenothing else is thatkeroseneof first distillation, therefore a coarser form of kerosene. Even though they are very similar compounds, thekeroseneit cannot be used in kerosene stoves as it would release too much residue causing damage to the stove and the health of the inhabitants of the house.

If the material comes into contact with the eyes, they should be washed immediately with water for at least 15 minutes, trying to open the eyelids well. You will need to consult your doctor taking the product with you.

How to use kerosene

Foruse keroseneit is good to keep in mind what has been said in the section dedicated tosafety data Sheet. So, before use, take all possible precautions.

For lighting, thekeroseneit can be refilled in the kerosene lamp tank. You will then need to clean your hands thoroughly and light the starter wick.

Thewhite oilor clear, it can be used to dilute and dilute the paint. If a paint is too thick, white petroleum can be added until the desired fluidity is achieved. Keep in mind that adding white petroleum will make the paint more brilliant.

Forlubricate chains(motorcycle, bicycle, chainsaw chain ...) or for the lubrication of any mechanical component, the product can be brushed along the entire surface. If you have a way to disassemble the component, you can also immerse it in a jar containing white oil pure.

Carefully avoid dispersing the product in the environment.

Lamping oil: where to buy it

Thewhite oil, also saidkerosene, you can easily find it in hardware stores or home improvement stores. In large distributors such asLeroy MerlinorBricocenteris found in the paint department, generally together with other solvents such aswhite spirit.It is possible to buy thebright white petrolalso taking advantage of online trading. To get an idea, I invite you to visit this Amazon page.


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