Firefly Fuel

Oil Burning

When Firefly Fuel Makers Phil and Susie Tyson were looking for a paraffin oil alternative to burn in their lamps, what they found came up short. So the duo dug deep into fuel research and eventually made their own oil that is cleaner and lasts longer. The Tyson’s fuel is smoke-, soot-, and odor-free, and can last up to twice as long as paraffin can. It burns from within refillable candles and lamps made from hand-blown borosilicate glass. The result is a cleaner-burning warm glow from a vessel that is durable and great to look at. Use the candles and lamps indoors or outside—you can even add citronella or eucalyptus oil to ward off pests outdoors—for a longer-lasting, lovely-looking experience.

Firefly Fuel

Glass Oil Candles & Lamps

Oil Burning

When Firefly Fuel Makers Phil and Susie Tyson were looking for a paraffin oil alternative to burn in their lamps, what they found came up short. So the duo dug deep into fuel research and eventually made their own oil that is cleaner and lasts longer. The Tyson’s fuel is smoke-, soot-, and odor-free, and can last up to twice as long as paraffin can. It burns from within refillable candles and lamps made from hand-blown borosilicate glass. The result is a cleaner-burning warm glow from a vessel that is durable and great to look at. Use the candles and lamps indoors or outside—you can even add citronella or eucalyptus oil to ward off pests outdoors—for a longer-lasting, lovely-looking experience.
Firefly Fuel
Independent Maker

Quick Questions

How long do the wicks last?

For many lamps, the wicks should not need replacing at all. Some of the thinner wicks may need trimming every few months.

How much fuel can I add to the oil candles?

Firefly Fuel recommends filling the oil lamps and candles about 75% full or less. If you overfill the oil candle, it may bubble up and overflow.

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Firefly Fuel

Glass Oil Candles & Lamps

Oil Burning

When Firefly Fuel Makers Phil and Susie Tyson were looking for a paraffin oil alternative to burn in their lamps, what they found came up short. So the duo dug deep into fuel research and eventually made their own oil that is cleaner and lasts longer.

The Tyson’s fuel is smoke-, soot-, and odor-free, and can last up to twice as
long as paraffin can. It burns from within refillable candles and lamps made from hand-blown borosilicate glass. The result is a cleaner-burning warm glow from a vessel that is durable and great to look at. Use the candles and lamps indoors or outside—you can even add citronella or eucalyptus oil to ward off pests outdoors—for a longer-lasting, lovely-looking experience. Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

How long do the wicks last?

For many lamps, the wicks should not need replacing at all. Some of the thinner wicks may need trimming every few months.

How much fuel can I add to the oil candles?

Firefly Fuel recommends filling the oil lamps and candles about 75% full or less. If you overfill the oil candle, it may bubble up and overflow.

Learn more about the products

Clean Burning Lamp Oil see details Glass Oil Votive see details Pillar Glass Oil Candle see details Bliss Petite Oil Candle see details Ethereal Glass Oil Lamp see details Transcend Glass Oil Lamp see details