What is ethanol gel fuel?

Ethanol is mostly produced from sugar plants and is typically used for cooking, water heating and the heating of buildings.

Ethanol is sometimes used because it does not give off smoke or soot and can produce hot water quicker than gas, coal and electricity.

Ethanol gel fuel is sometimes sold for use in fire pots, fondue sets, small fireplaces and patio torches. It burns with a virtually invisible flame. Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines and instructions.

Date Updated/Created: 03/01/2013


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