Originally Posted by sweatybetty
Can You Ship It?
Make sure your mail gets delivered quickly and efficiently. Learn about USPS safety restrictions and mailing guidelines.
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Many household items can’t go in the mail.
Hazardous materials come in a wide variety of forms and can be chemical, biological, radioactive, or a combination.
The Postal Service's™ definition of a hazardous material includes many common household and consumer products. They may not be dangerous on your shelf at home, but they can become a hazard when shaken or when the temperature or pressure changes.
Some common hazardous materials include…
Flea collars or flea sprays
Fuels or gasoline
Items previously containing fuel
Not sure if what you’re sending is hazardous or prohibited?
Just call 1-800-ASK-USPS or your local Post Office.
I've already been on their site and it hasn't helped me figure out if model fuel is allowed or not. And as I already said, I've been to the local post office and they can't tell me either. From what I was able to find out online I need to find out what the flash point of the fuel is as that will determine whether it's allowed or not. Maybe a hobby shop can help with that.