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Old 07 October 2013, 15:41   #1
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Hi there I've got full tank on petrol and Dnt think I'm goin to use it now till next season is there anything I can get to keep it fresh or do I just tip it away and put fresh petrol in next season
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Hi there I've got full tank on petrol and Dnt think I'm goin to use it now till next season is there anything I can get to keep it fresh or do I just tip it away and put fresh petrol in next season
Bottle of fuel stabiliser
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Old 07 October 2013, 15:51   #3
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What is the best make to buy.
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They all do roughly the same. Quicksilver, STP, Wynns, take your pick!
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If you've got a garden machinery centre (Handys or somewhere like that-or possibly even B&Q) they sell the Briggs and Stratton version of fuel stabiliser. It's usually a bit cheaper.
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