A: Read the label, the ratios changed over time. My current bottle says 1 oz per 2.5 gallons for 2 and 4 cycle engines (like lawn equipment), 1 oz per gallon for storage, 1 oz per 10 gallons for autos.
A: It all depends what your using it for and how (storage or weekly use) The mix ratio is clearly printed on the back of the bottle.
A: 1oz for 5 gallons. A 1/4 oz for 1 gallon is fine. Overtreatment not a concern. I also add 1oz of Marvel Mystery oil per 5 gallons.
A: For 5 gallons it is 2 OZ for our lawn mower. that is what we use. do the math, it will be in teaspoons. There are online calculator to convert ounces to teaspoons.
A: We recommend 1oz to 2.5 gallons. You cannot over treat with our product, so adding 1oz to a gallon is perfectly alright and will not cause any issues.
A: While Ethanol Shield will not "create" ethanol free fuel from ethanol blended fuel, it will help the engine to run smoothly and keep the fuel fresh in storage for a minimum of a year. The product helps strengthen the bond between the ethanol and gasoline molecules and helps keep water in solution so it can burn through as if it wasn't present, it also rejuvenates plastic and and rubber parts in the fuel system.
A: Go to company website and read their answers. https://b3cfuel.com/product/ethanol-shield/
A: ONE YEAR
A: Ethanol Shield will stabilize your gas for a minimum of a year. Depending on storage conditions (ie kept in a an uninsulated shed vs an insulated one) and some other factors, it can last longer.
A: In my opinion, there is no advantage to using both. I do prefer the ethanol shield as it is good for a year.
A: You can use this with most other products on the market, but there is no benefit from using 2 fuel stabilizers at the same time. If you were to use Mechanic in a Bottle, our fuel system cleaner, using it with a fuel stabilizer will be beneficial as you will have a cleaner and a stabilizer going through your fuel system.
A: Different functions. I use both.