What kind of fuel did the old torches use to burn?



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    Kerosine, or paraffin oil, is, and was the most commonly used oil for lanterns as well as tiki torches and poi balls. It is relatively clean burning, produces little smoke and produces a pleasing amber-yellow flame.

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