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Sta-Bil 8 oz. Fuel Stabilizer
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Sta-Bil

8 oz. Fuel Stabilizer

$8.97 /each

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Sta-Bil Storage Fuel Stabilizer keeps fuel fresh for quick easy starts after storage. It removes water to prevent corrosion and cleanses carburetors and fuel injectors. This product also protects engine from gum, varnish, rust and corrosion and prolongs the life of any engine. Eliminate the need to drain the fuel of your 2 or 4 cycle engine by treating the fuel with Sta-Bil before storing. This 16 oz. quick measure easy pour bottle treats up to 40 Gal. of fuel.

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  • Keeps fuel fresh for up to 24 months during storage
  • Eliminates the need to drain fuel prior to storage
  • Ensures quick, easy starts after storage
  • Prevents gum and varnish build-up
  • Effective in all gasoline, including ethanol blends
  • For all gasoline engines, including 2-cycle
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

can i use this on my briggs & stration lawn mower

Asked by: angel
You can use this to properly store the fuel in your mower. However, for this application I would recommend just using all of the fuel in the mower and leave the tank empty during storage.
Answered by: Winslow
Date published: 2016-11-08

How long fuel stay good

Asked by: bill
Read the bottle
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2016-12-12

Stabilizer to Gas Ratio Chart?

Is there a chart or guide that displays the amount of Stabil Fuel Stabilizer to mix with various quantities of gasoline. For example, how much to mix with 1/2 gallon, 1 gallon, 1 1/2 gallons, 2 gallons, ... etc.? Something like this would be handy and useful.
Asked by: GWM
It is on the bottle and how to measure it out.
Answered by: MSBoise
Date published: 2016-11-01

Purchased a new pressure washer. Does this product need to be mixed with gas every time I use the machine or at storage

Asked by: Mikeymikee
This should only be used for storage. However, for small engines (lawn mowers, power washers, etc.) you can just run the gas tank empty prior to storing and not use this product.
Answered by: Winslow
Date published: 2016-11-27
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Customer Reviews

8 oz. Fuel Stabilizer is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 151.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 15 Years in Storage! Back in the fall of 2001 I put my 1985 Dodge GLH 2.2L Turbo in storage. I added Sta-Bil fuel stabilizer to the fuel and ran the car for about 10 minutes. The plan was to get the car out the following spring. Well, next thing you know 15 years had past. I'm now relocating and I needed to move the car, so I put a fresh battery in the car, and to my amazement, it started right up. It ran like I just shut it off yesterday. No issues, runs great. The car had 3/4 tank of fuel when I stored it in 2001. If anyone at Sta-Bil is interested in a fuel sample to analyze, feel free to contact me. The 15 year old fuel is Shell Premium unleaded. Not sure what's in this product but it works!
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The gold standard Most of us have our summer equipment (boats, lawn mowers, trimmers etc) and winter equipment (snow blowers, leaf blowers, snow mobiles etc) and when not in use they require proper storage. Fuel is probably the #1 issue for storage as gas will degrade causing numerous fuel system problems when you go to use your equipment. STA-BIL stabilizes the fuel systems and since using this, I have had ZERO carburetor or fuel injection issues. It's an absolute MUST for everyone, since we all have equipment which we put into storage occasionally! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You won't believe this, but it's TRUE I just sold a BT Cruiser motor home. It has a Ford Triton V-10. I used it for promotional use, pulling bass boats. Five years ago I knew it was being put up for winter so I filled it up with fuel and put stabil in it. After two years of storage I started it up and moved it out side of my shop because I needed the inside space. Last week, three years later I jumped it off and it fired right up within two seconds. That's after having the fuel with ethanol and Sta-Bil in the tank for five full years. Crazy, unbelievable, but true. I'm a believer. Randy Qualls, President, Legend Boats
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trusted product I swear by this product!!! I have been using this for years in all kinds of internal combustion equipment, always use this in your generator. PROOF: I used Sta-Bil in my boat and had to unexpectedly leave it shrink wrapped for two full years without starting it. Pulled the battery out of the shed (battery didn't make it), installed a new battery and put water muffs on it, turned the key and it started on a few revolutions. Needless to say the unexpected roar of unmuffled exhaust was great feeling!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The standard in stabilizers for fuel stoage. It's tough to add any new praise to Sta-Bil that hasn't been said before. It's the default standard in fuel stabilizers for a reason; it just works and works really well. There was a year I didn't use Sta-Bil in my yard machines, and I ended up dismantling carburetors to clean them out. I use Sta-Bil every year in every machine, and it works. The proof comes when I start the machines right up with no issues the next season. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Always reliable Preparing my Challenger for storage for winter for 4 months doesn't happen without Sta-Bil Storage. I've never had an issue with stale gas and it starts right up in the Spring. Just fill the tank completely. add Sta-Bil. Also, you can let it idle for a short while to guard the fuel in the lines. I have relied on it for a number of years and always get great results. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This product, as well as "stabilizers" in general, are meant to be used when the engine is going ... This product, as well as "stabilizers" in general, are meant to be used when the engine is going to be stored. Some will use with each refill of gasoline. Personally, I would not. Whether it be a snowblower for summer or a lawnmower for winter. The stabilizer will lesson the likelihood of the normal breakdown in gasoline that occurs in as little as 30 days. When gasoline breaks down, it turns into a substance that will foul the carburetor, and the other areas of a combustion engine. Which prevents a start up when taken out of storage. Resulting in a arduous procedure to remove the fouled gasoline from the engine. I had spent many a year, doing just that. Prior to using a stabilizer, or running the engine out of gas, and draining the remaining gas in the carburetor bowl. Each manufacturer has their own recommendations, which in my opinion is what should be followed.
Date published: 2016-12-25
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