I have no idea. I bought the blower a few years ago and no longer have the container. You can google it to fine out.
It will be just fine with other mowers
For instructions on how to add oil, you should view your Operator's Manual. If you provide your Toro snow blower model number we can provide a link to the correct manual. Thank you.
You can have it shipped to the store for free. Most don’t carry it.
Be careful and check the owners manual for your equipment to determine the proper oil first. Other people answers are assuming this is the correct oil, it might not be... There is usually an ID tag on the machine. Get the model number and then go to the internet to find the user manual. The user manual will tell you where to put the oil (depending if its a 2 stroke or 4 stroke engine) and what type of oil is recommended for what temperature. Dont assume this is the correct oil for your equipment.
Depends on your engine specification. Please check your engine manual or consult with your engine manufacturer. Generally speaking 4 stroke is only for 4 stroke engines. 2 strokes requires different formula.
sorry to respond so late. Yes it can stay in the toro, we never despose of the oil once the summer comes around, we just add more oil.
Toro makes a synthetic brand... I'm sure there are other brands out there for small engines.
TORO 32 oz. 4-Cycle Winter Oil