If you can't find it locally you could ship it via FedEx. They are the only means I am aware of that is allowed to transport dangerous and hazardous goods.Edited: 11:22 pm, February 06, 2017
The dry gas product marketed as Heet in the yellow bottle is often used as a substitute for white gas. It's available in any auto parts store and at least on the mainland is usually sold in convenience stores as well. (But get the yellow bottle and not the red one. The red has a different formula.) This is commonly used by folks camping while on bicycle tours due to its widespread availability.
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We just love to keep helping....my fault! I will let this one fade away to gasses :)
Before it dies again - way back when we used to use Amoco or American Standard unleaded gas a.k.a. white gas (before unleaded was the norm) in our Coleman camp products. This was back in the 1960's and I think before they even packaged Coleman fuel. Adding lead to gasoline to raise the octane would turn the normally clear liquid orange. Amoco was the only company that sold lead-free non-orange or "white gas" way back then. You avoided lead in your Coleman stoves and lanterns because it would clog them up and it still does.
Coleman makes "dual fuel" products that can handle regular unleaded or Coleman fuel or you can use regular unleaded in any of their fuel products but be aware that the generator may clog with other additives and the rust-resistant coating in the tank will take a beating. Read about it here -
http://coleman.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/61/~/overview-of-difference-between-unleaded-fuel-and-coleman%C2%AE-fuelEdited: 5:16 pm, February 07, 2017
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