I use a good amount of kerosene for my lamps and lanterns. I've adopted a system now where I'm using a minimum of two cans, one gallon, and one quart to do my refueling. This works, but in every barn of my youth there was a better solution. I have yet to find a can as simple and efficient in design as the old one gallon bail handle kerosene can with a spout. It wasn't too big, balanced well and was easy to control the pour from. I've even found new production one and two gallon cans of this style... in Canada. This is the style I'm looking for. Surely there is a source of these cans somewhere in the United States. I know all about fuel cans requiring safety spouts and whatnot. This is a utility can. It could be used for the guy who likes lots of maple syrup on his pancakes. I intend to use it for kerosene only, and would mark it with the traditional blue bands so as not to mistake it for syrup. There is just something that feels wrong about fueling an 80 year old lantern with a plastic funnel and a blue plastic can. I'm hoping some sharp eyed Monkey has seen them somewhere and can give me a lead. If not, I will see what my friends in Canada are interested in trading for a couple cans.