This oil is for use as a fuel/oil mix, not oil for the engine lubricant or crank case. This is a very good oil to mix with fuel for just about any brand of equipment. Check your owners manual to be sure.
There are markings on the top reservoir. Open then sqweeze until the oil level reaches the desired mix you need.
This would be for gas mix only.
It states right on the bottle's label that it's a synthetic blend, which typically means it's part petroleum and part synthetic.
In my opinion yes I use high octane or 100% gas and still use the same mix ratio
It depends on what type of motor you are mixing it for. Some motors are 25:1 and some are 50:1. The amount of oil to gas is clearly marked on the container for either mixture.
Squeeze the bottle and it will "push" the oil into the measuring cup.
Divide 128 oz by 50 and you will get: 2.56 or 2.6 oz needed Power Blend for every 128 oz or one gallon
Yes - premixed 2-cycle fuel is available near the small engine oil in your local Home Depot store.