- Eastwood Fuel Guard - Ethanol Treatment
Eastwood Fuel Guard - Ethanol Treatment
Eastwood's Fuel Guard additive system prevents the harmful effects caused by Ethanol and prevents corrosion, gumming and resin build-up. Use Fuel Guard Protection formula with every fill-up and Fuel Stabilizer formula for storage up to 12 months
- Prevents Ethanol Phase Separation and the harmful impact of Ethanol blended fuels
- Stabilizes Ethanol-blended fuels
- Prevents corrosion in the fuel system
- Helps remove water
- Keeps stored fuel fresh for easy starting
- Protects against gum & resin build-up
- Prevents clogged carburetors, injectors, filters & fuel lines
- Compatible with all 2 & 4 stroke engines
- Contains no harmful alcohol or hydroscopic additives
About Eastwood Fuel Guard - Ethanol Treatment
Got a Carburetor?
Today’s automotive fuels have as much as 10% Ethanol blended in your gasoline. While this is good for domestic farmers and our environment, it is harmful to your carbureted engine.
What is Ethanol?
Ethanol, also known as Ethyl-alcohol C2H5OH, is a domestically produced fuel additive made from renewable resources such as corn, grains and even potatoes. Ethanol is good for our agricultural economy and helps us reduce our dependency on foreign petroleum products.
What is Phase-Separation?
Ethanol and water readily dissolve within each other. When the two reach their maximum saturation point, the water separates and is released into the fuel. The higher the ambient temperature, the sooner phase separation occurs. Phase separation can occur in as little as 30 days. Click Here to learn more about Eastwood Fuel Guard and Ethanol-blended fuel.
8 Fluid ounces
Fuel Guard-Add to every gas tank. One 8oz bottle treats up to 30 gallons of fuel. For best results pour one bottle in before adding fuel. Fill tank with gasoline This will ensure the additive is thoroughly mixed with the fuel.
Fuel Stabilizer-For storage up to 12 months, add one bottle for every 20 gallons. If tank is larger than 20 gallons, it is okay to add two bottles, you cannot over-treat. For best results pour one bottle in before adding fuel. Fill tank with gasoline. This will ensure the additive is thoroughly mixed with the fuel
Do not drink. Use in a well ventilated area. Do not use near an open flame.
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