Subject: is there a risk for carbon monoxide poisoning when burning candles at home?
Date: Fri Sep 22 18:26:45 2000
Posted by kim sprouse
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: venice State/Province: ca
Area of science: Engineering
I have been told that if I burn a candle that is not paraffin based, and it
is a petroleum based candle , I could be getting carbon monoxide poisoning.
Have you heard of anything regarding this subject? Thank you in advance for
your time. I live in SO CA, but I grew up in St.Louis. Great web site.
Re: is there a risk for carbon monoxide poisoning when burning candles at home?
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