Kerosene Heater Wick Replacement
I have a kerosene heater to take the chill off my deck.
This year it didn’t want to burn which usually means the wick is covered in carbon. I could not get the carbon cleaned off the wick so I opted for a new wick.
Make sure you read the owners manual for the details.
Don’t worry if you have never replaced one, it is pretty simple.
A few pictures during process are below.
Old wick with blackened and hardened end, covered in carbon.
Sliding the new wick over the center and push the wick holder in place aligning the four hold down
Worked, all I needed to get the heater back up and working.