I'm justifying it this way. 1. I have a weed whacker that I ran one tank through last season. 2. I no longer have a gas can 3. the cost of a gas can, plus gas, plus the oil is about 3 of these. Meaning I can go for about 3 years before I hit that "more cost effective to buy a gas can" but only if I don't count the waste of getting rid of old gas. If I count that it goes out to probably 4 or 5 years. 4. In 3 years I want to switch over to electric so I don't have to deal with it anymore. So for me it makes sense to just get this instead of the hassle of buying a new gas can and wasting most of a gallon ever year.
TruFuel says good for 2 years after opening, over 5 years if unopened.
My neighbor has lots of junk and really tall grass in his back yard so I usually just throw my empties over the fence. Twice a year he hits them with his lawnmower which breaks the cans down and recycles them all natural.
It should be fine. The tint fades with time.
No. It is already gas and oil pre-mixed in the can. It is faster & easier this way.
Yes you can. It'll be expensive. For 'gas guzzlers', I buy ethanol-free gasoline [preferably 92+ octane] and dose it with the oil myself.
Yes, long as they require a 50:1 mix.
You will need to add OIL to the gas. That is why it is a PREMIX.
This fuel is a mix, so it can only be used in 2-cycle engines. Do not use in a 4-stroke engine that has a crankcase and a gas tank!