This is a teaser, to see if there's any interest from those in regions where bugs are an issue. With Tiki oil prices increasing I looked for a way to solve the fuel consumption problem with regular commercial Tiki lamps. I had to find something that was cheap to build, durable and efficient. After almost a year of fiddling, I have built several different designs that all work well at chasing bugs. Most recently I tackled a problem with wind blowing my little Tiki lamps out, and completely solved it with stuff I had on hand. I've also found that great clouds of smoke aren't necessary for the citronella oil to be effective. Even burning smoke free, these lamps seem to do the trick. It's past my bedtime, but if there's an interest, I'll share my designs with you. There are details that I discovered by trial and error that are quite interesting. I fixed a couple safety concerns, and like the fuel efficiency. I have three of these things lit tonight, as I do almost every night, and I can't remember ever having one run out of fuel. I know one prototype had 5 ounces of fuel when built, and that was six months ago!