STA-BIL (22214) Storage Fuel Stabilizer for All Gasoline Engines, 32 fl oz

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STA-BIL (22214) Storage Fuel Stabilizer for All Gasoline Engines, 32 fl oz
MSRP : $22.39

Sale : $9.98
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STA-BIL Storage Fuel Stabilizer is America's top selling fuel stabilizer. Stored fuel can go bad in as little as 30-60 days, causing gum, varnish and corrosion to build up in the fuel lines and engine. STA-BIL is recommended to be used at every fill up in all vehicles and equipment to protect against corrosion caused by today's ethanol-blended fuels. It keeps stored fuel fresh for quick, easy starts year round. For optimal results, treat fuel as soon as it is purchased.

STA-BIL Fuel Stabilizer:
• 1 oz treats 2.5 gals
• Recommended by Original Equipment ManufacturersSTA-BIL fuel stabilizer does not contain alcohol
• May be used for up to 2 years after opening bottle
• Removes the need to drain fuel
• Vehicles are easy to start when brought out of storage
• Prevents corrosion and build up of varnish or gum
• Works with all gasoline and all gas engines


Wouldn't think of storing my cars without it!

When I put my classics in storage for winter (6 months here in the Northeast) I would not think of storing them without a healthy dose of Sta-Bil Storage! I have never had any problems with stale gas and they fire right up in the Spring. Fill the tank to the top. add Sta-Bil and run for a few minutes to protect the fuel in the lines as well.


Put away for winter

I bought this product, because I'm storing my 1965 Sunbeam Tiger , for the winter. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Bama Swampfox

Part of my equipment plan, every time

I have accumulated many pieces of lawn and garden equipment over the years. Lawn mowers, leaf blowers, hedge clippers, chain saws, edgers, etc. I used to add Sta-Bil at the end of the season but somehow I either forgot to add it, missed the amount or added it to bad fuel. As a result, every spring I had one or more issues - clean or replaced carbs, fuel tanks, and so on. I solved my problem with two things: I only buy pure gasoline - no ethanol - it’s available in most places and there is a smart phone app that can help you find a local station. Second, I add Sta-Bil to the fuel can (and oil for the 2atrokes) immediately after I buy it so I never have to guess the right amount in the tool and the gas is always good-to-go. Yes it’s more expensive this way but I only use about 20 gallons of gas a year so it’s an expense I gladly accept to have zero problems. I’ve done this for theee years now with 100% success. Spend a little money on the front end and you’ll thank yourself every time you pull the cord.


So far, so good

Does what the manufacturer says it does. I pour in in the tank of my roadster when I shut it down for the winter, and in my snow blower in the spring. Never a problem.


Stuff really works

After Typhoon Dolphin (May 2015) I filled up the portable generator, turned off the shut off value, ran generator until it died and added Sta-bil. Total forgot about the generator......for 3 years. Here it is September 2018 and Typhoon Hangkhut just hit power island wide. Dug out the generator expecting to work on it for several hours.....checked the oil and hooked up a new battery.....on the fifth attempt the generator fired up. Ran though 10 gallons for fuel without any issues. Thank you Sta-bil!