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Paraffin wax is a white or colourless soft solid that is used as a lubricant and for other applications.
Paraffin may also refer to:
- Kerosene, a fuel that is commonly known as paraffin in Britain, Southeast Asia and South Africa.
- Tractor vaporising oil, a fuel
- Liquid paraffin (medicinal)
- Mineral oil
- Petroleum jelly, also called soft paraffin
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