1. Step 1
Read and follow the directions that come with your kerosene heater.
2. Step 2
Make sure your heater is in working condition. If you have any doubts, have it checked before usage.
3. Step 3
Check that your heater has an emergency shut-off, in the event that the unit topples over.
4. Step 4
Make sure that the room where the heater is has proper ventilation. This will reduce the risk of carbon monoxide building up in the room.
5. Step 5
Avoid using any other fuel than that recommended for the heater.
6. Step 6
Keep young children and pets away from the heater.
7. Step 7
Avoid placing heater anywhere near bedsheets, curtains, pillows or furniture that can ignite from the heat.
8. Step 8
Refuel the appliance outside of the home.
Tips & Warnings
• Store flammable fuels in metal containers outside of your home, in a storage area with good ventilation.
• Keep a fire extinguisher handy in your home.
• Never leave your kerosene heater unattended.
• Never use a fuel not intended for your kerosene heater.