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16 fl. oz. Briggs & Stratton® Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer (100119WEB)

Fuel Stabilizer 16 oz.

Part Number: 100119WEB

Briggs & Stratton’s NEW 5-in-1 Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer safeguards engines against common ethanol problems. Our formula protects your engine against the corrosive effects of ethanol and maintains fuel stability for up to 3 years.

  • 16 fl. oz. Treats 80 gallons of gasoline
  • Triple antioxidant protection
  • Dual corrosion inhibitors guard metal engine parts against corrosion
  • Metal de-activator stops chemical reactions caused by dissolved metals in fuel
  • Detergent ingredients prevent gum and varnish build-up on engine parts
  • Water protection inhibitors protect against the harmful effects of water in fuel due to ethanol
  • Protects both 2- and 4-cycle gasoline engines
Price
$12.60
Quantity
Assembled Weight .965
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton
16 fl. oz. Briggs & Stratton® Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer (100119WEB) is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from product full of sediment Over the years, I have been very happy with the "Fresh Start" product, so I was happy to see a "new and improved" version until I received it. It was full of black sediment stuck to the inside of the bottle and pouring sediment into my gas tank didn't seem like a pleasant idea. I was told by a dealer that there were some "early batches" with a known problem. So, I tried to call customer service and just got the run around and then when I asked to speak with a supervisor, the customer service rep hung up on me. I would be very wary of using this product.
Date published: 2013-11-27

Pls list ingredients

Asked by: Luce
We cannot release the list of the ingredients in this stabilizer. You can locate the MSDS for it here: http://bit.ly/ZzLCfc
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-08-01

How often do you use this formula (Advanced Fuel Treatment) in push mower?

I have a 550 e series engine
Asked by: Lawnboat
Thank you for your inquiry. We recommend adding FUEL treatment to all of your gas so it is always treated. FUEL treatment is beneficial for all small engines.
Answered by: Terri
Date published: 2013-11-17

What is the possibility of engine damage if too much stabilizer is mixed in with tthe gasoline?

Asked by: BGPD4135
Too much stabilizer can also cause the fuel to break down. Please use only the recommended amount on the bottle.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-03-02

how much do i put in a gallen of gas

I just mix a gallen of weedeater gas at a time. So how much do I use
Asked by: lawnboy
This stabilizer use 1 ounce for every 2 1/2 gallons of fuel. For one gallon you would use a little under a 1/2 an ounce.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-03-02

I have a Vespa LX50 probably 1.3 gal tank. How much treatment should I use?

Also for a small gas generator?
Asked by: BrentS
The new super concentrated fuel treatment will treat 2.5 gallons of gas with 1/2 ounce of the treatment.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-01-22

After the product is opened does it have an expiration date for use?

Other fuel stabilizers I use expire 2 years after opening the bottle.
Asked by: HomeGeneratorguy
The fuel stabilizer will expire 3 years after the bottle is opened.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-03-02

I use gasoline that has NO ethanol in it. Will using the Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment allow me to store that non-ethanol gas for long periods.

Asked by: dogbreath
Yes, the Advanced Formula fuel treatment will allow you to non-ehtanol gas for long periods.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-03-02

When this is added to gasoline can that one mixed gasoline be used on all mixtures such as 30 to1 and 40 to 1 or no mixture ?

In other words can that one gallon of mixed gasoline be used with all engines without adding anything else?
Asked by: Ruede
This additive can be used in 2 cycle and 4 four cycle engines. Please follow the engines operators manual on what type of ratio goes into your engine. You can then add this to your fuel mixture, for each engine you have.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-03-02

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