Definitions for "Glow Fuel"
A Methanol based fuel, with a lubricating agent, used in most model engines. Most model fuels also use a percentage of nitromethane.
The special kind of fuel R/C vehicles typically use. It contains a good portion of nitromethane and other chemicals.
Glow fuel is a volatile mixture which burns with a clear flame. A typical mix referred to as 10% would consist of 10% nitromethane, 25% of synthetic or castor oil [for engine lubrication] and 65% methanol.