Will Ethanol Equalizer make my old gas new again?
Generally, it is always best to remove old gas. A foul, sour smell is a good indication of bad gas, and most gasolines can go bad in as little as 30-60 days. High amounts of oxygen in todays ethanol blended fuels cause gasoline to decay faster, and if left standing for long periods of time, the decaying fuel leaves varnish and sludge deposits. Adding Ethanol Equalizer will keep fuel fresh and ready to use for long periods of time, and will stabilize the fuel for up to three years.
Will Ethanol Equalizer take the place of 2-cycle oil?
Ethanol Equalizer will NOT take the place of 2-cycle oil. Oil is the lubricant that your engine needs. Ethanol Equalizer is a fuel treatment.
Will Ethanol Equalizer hurt my engine?
Ethanol Equalizer will not hurt your engine, in fact just the opposite. By keeping Ethanol Equalizer in the fuel at all times, your engine will run cleaner and more efficiently for a longer period of time.
Will Ethanol Equalizer void my warranty?
Ethanol Equalizer will not affect your engine warranty.
What does Ethanol Equalizer do to my gasoline?
Ethanol Equalizer helps keep the gasoline and ethanol bonded to each other regardless how much water is absorbed into the fuel.
What is the shelf life after the bottle is opened?
Our products have a 5 year shelf life even after the container has been opened.
Will Ethanol Equalizer work on e15 fuels?
Ethanol Equalizer works in gasoline blends up to E-85. One thing to remember is all ethanol blended fuels over E-10 are not approved by the EPA for uses in power equipment, boats motorcycles or ATV’s. Blends over E-10 are only approved for automotive use.