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Ok I am considering buying either a propane torpedo heater or a torpedo kerosene heater. I would use it mainly out in an open barn when I skin and butcher my deer but I also do some work in my garage which is attached to my cabin. I have regular gas heat in the cabin that I could extend to the garage but, could I also use a kerosene heater for a short time if I wanted to.

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In all honesty, A propane heater would be less mess and risk of fire from spillage.Propane us cleaner too.

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