Thread: Home Made Berger Lamp oil?
Has anyone made their own home made oil for Berger lamps? I understand that 91% Isopropyl alcohol and about twent drops of essentail fragrance oil will make about 500 ml. of lamp oil. Is this true?, and if so details would be appreciated. Is this process safe?
whenever I want to enjoy the smell of bergers I just head down to the local McD's... duh.
okay, clearly I need some sleep. sorry for being such a pain but i saw the opportunity and took it :-)
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