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New ethanol treatment for small engines


The makers of STA-BIL, introduce STA-BIL Ethanol Treatment and Performance Improver, designed specifically for gasoline vehicles and small engines to protect against the effects of ethanol-blended fuels.

Ethanol in fuel can cause corrosion by attracting moisture from the air. Ethanol is also a solvent, which can loosen debris and deposits that have built up in a fuel tank over time, resulting in clogged fuel systems. This can lead to hard starting, rough running and even stalling of equipment.

STA-BIL Ethanol Treatment and Performance Improver will aid in protecting equipment in a number of ways by: Preventing corrosion;âǨhelping remove water from fuel;âǨand cleaning fuel injectors, carburetors and intake valves to keep engines running smoothly for optimal performance.

STA-BIL Ethanol Treatment and Performance Improver is designed to be used with every fill up, for the ultimate protection against ethanol-blended fuels.

STA-BIL Ethanol Treatment and Performance Improver will be sold at top automotive, mass and hardware retailers, and can treat cars, trucks, and small gasoline engine equipment such as lawnmowers, trimmers, snow blowers, snowmobiles, motorcycles, ATVs, scooters, and more.

For more information, call 800-621-1251, or visit www.goldeagle.com.

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