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That is an excellent suggestion thanks, I'll keep it in mind.
Originally posted by RavenSpeaks
Try using fiberglass insulation as a wick. You can find it
in your attic and also on insides of electric ovens and refrigerators.
It lasts a lot longer than cotton wicks.
Thanks for the shout out, 14+ hours is pretty impressive
Originally posted by trig_grl
These crisco tubs work pretty well and last for about 14+ hours...if you buy the bigger cans then you get longer burning time, and the off brands are cheaper too.
If you make multiple wicks for the oil (like in my bowl-lamp pic earlier) then yes, absolutely, cooking is more than possible
Originally posted by kettlebellysmith
don't forget olive oil. it is smokless and oderless when burned. it gives off a decent light. I can't speak to the point of it getting hot enough to cook with.