Good for Generators???2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I bought a gas powered generator on layaway at the end of the season. I saved a lot of money that way but I was told that if you leave gas in the generator, you need to put something like this Fuel Treatment in the gas after a year of it sitting. Might want to double check with the Ready Store sales people though.
Helps lousy ethanol gas
Helps give you more shelf life and less problems with the alcohol seperating and damaging valves. It really does renew older gas to a usable state.
Won't my husband be surprised3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I found something especially useful for him! We can certainly use something that will prolong the quality of our gas supply for our power tools. Thank you for thinking to offer this product.
Untreated gas is only good for about a year2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Many people don't realize that gasoline you get at the filling station breaks down after ~ 1 year or so, and don't forget that condensation can ruin your gasoline (therefore, fill a container COMPLETELY when storing so there's less surface area for condensation to occur). This product will ensure that you don't get an unpleasant surprise a few years down the road when you try to use the gas you've stored and it doesn't ignite/work properly in an engine. It's worth the price to treat the 256 gallons this little bottle will treat...less than 10 cents a gallon in insurance at today's gas prices? No-brainer to use this!
Pretty good2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I use this in my gasoline cans 100% of the time. I cycle my gas through my lawnmower, pressure washer, generator, etc... If you use this every time you fill a can, it will help keep the carburator clean and the gas fresh! I just wish it was a little cheaper, otherwise it's great!