8 fl. oz. Briggs & Stratton® Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer (100118WEB)

Fuel Stabilizer 8 oz.

Part Number: 100118WEB

Briggs & Stratton’s NEW 5-in-1 Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer safeguards engines against common ethanol problems. Our formula protects your engine against the corrosive effects of ethanol and maintains fuel stability for up to 3 years.

  • 8 fl. Oz. bottle treats up to 40 gallons of gas
  • Triple antioxidant protection
  • Dual corrosion inhibitors guard metal engine parts against corrosion
  • Metal de-activator stops chemical reactions caused by dissolved metals in fuel
  • Detergent ingredients prevent gum and varnish build-up on engine parts
  • Water protection inhibitors protect against the harmful effects of water in fuel due to ethanol
  • Protects both 2- and 4-cycle gasoline engines

Also available in 4 oz. or 16 oz. bottles.

Price
$8.85
Quantity
Assembled Weight .485
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton

is this a substitute for 2 stroke oil or do I still need to put 2 stroke oil as well as the Briggs and Stratton additive in my fuel

Asked by: oddgard
No, this is not a substitute for 2 stroke oil. If you have to mix your oil and gas, you do not need to add a stabilizer to that mixture.
Answered by: Tomica_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-06-08

How do I use this product on my lawnmower? Do I pour it directly into my mower's gas tank, or should I instead pour it into the Jerry can where I keep the gasoline for my mower? I use the Jerry can to refill the mower's gas tank.

Asked by: Eddie G
You can pour it into either but it is important to have the correct ratio so the product can work effectively. Use 1/2 oz of the advanced formula fuel treatment and stabilizer for every 2.5 gallons of gas when storing gas for up to 24 months. If you are storing the gas for 24-36 months, use 1 oz for every 2.5 gallons.
Answered by: Tomica_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-03-01

Looking for MSDS sheets on this product

Asked by: Anonymous
Please submit your request here: http://bit.ly/15oObYS
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-01-27

I did not use a fuel stabilizer and my storm responder generator has white smoke and what appears to be oil coming out of the exhaust. Can I stabilize the fuel or is the engine ruined

Asked by: lilydog
What you are describing could be one of the following; too much oil in the crankcase, fuel in the crankcase, or if the unit was tilted more than 15 degrees. Please check the oil level and make sure it is not thin and does not smell like fuel. We would recommend taking the unit to an authorized service center for repairs to the unit. You can locate a service center here: http://bit.ly/14yWuSi
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-01-25

I recently just bought a bottle of the fuel stabilizer and looking through the Q and A, my bottle has a manufacturing date of July 2012. Is this bottle still good for use? It seems like the consensus is unopened bottles are only good for 2 years.

Asked by: KC1201
An unopened bottle is only good for three years from date of purchase.
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2016-01-19

Other than the stabilizer, what steps are necessary for winter storage in an unheated garage in a cold weather climate?

Asked by: Coloradoquestion
So that we can thoroughly review and respond, please submit the details of your question at the following link: http://bit.ly/15oObYS
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2015-10-20

B&S stabilizer unavailable. can i use substitute?

Asked by: jackm
Your best source will be an authorized Briggs & Stratton service dealer. You can find one here: http://bit.ly/14yWuSi
Answered by: Tracey_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2015-08-25

Briggs & Stratton Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment And Stabilizer, 8 OZ What is the shelf life on this product (UNOPENED)? Previous Q&As: 1 said unlimited and another said 2 years (the product label says stabilizes fuel for up to 3 years).

Asked by: Indiana Bill
Our current formula protects your engine against the corrosive effects of ethanol and maintains fuel stability for up to 3 years. Previous Q&A questions were from 2 years ago, and our previous version.
Answered by: Kaylin_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2015-08-03
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