A: In the lawn section
A: If you are going to store equipment for a few months it is good practice to add this product. Fuel can go stale
A: Your choice is optional.
A: yes, the recommended amount based on the gallons of fuel you want to treat
A: Yes not a problem
A: Yes, you can use in a 2 cycle mix. Just follow the directions for "All 2 & 4 Cycle Engines." You can not overdose with the product so 1oz to 1 gal is perfectly fine rather than try to work out the fraction of an ounce for the gallon.
A: Yes. Make sure you are using the right mix proportion for your equipment. Some are 40 parts gas to 1 part oil.
A: Yes, I use it for all of my Stihl equipment which is 2 cycle using a 1:50 oil to gas ratio. My Stihl dealer strongly suggested that I use the Ethanol Shield Fuel Stabilizer and premium gasoline to keep my equipment running good and for a longer life.
A: 2 tsp (teaspoon) per gallon. That equals 0.4 ounce. It is 1 ounce for 2.5 gallons. Your 5 gallons would take 2 ounces.
A: It depends on the use for the fuel and how long you are going to be storing it. As follows: 1oz for 2.5 gallons for regular use. Automotive: 1 oz per 10 gallons. Long term storage 1 oz per gallon. I hope this helps!
A: I personally put in I once per gallon
A: It's simple and basic, for normal use you'll use 1oz for every 2.5gal of fuel, but if you plan on leaving the fuel sitting around for a long time (about a few months to a year), like if you're storing fuel in fuel cans to use for your generator when needed, then it's recommended to use 1oz for every gallon. But once again, everyone will typically use 1oz for every 2.5gal. Hope this helps!
A: It depends on if you are currently using your engine or plan on it sitting for a long time. Use the greater amount if it will be idle, and the lesser amount during use (weekly, bimonthly).
A: 1 oz per 2.5 gallons of gas. 2 oz for 5 gallons of gas. This is what I always use. Works great
A: I use 2oz. ethanol shield per 5 gallons container.