Though we are enjoying a very mild start to November in the Northeast, there is no doubt that winter is on the way. Our lawn mower may have done it's last mowing of the season. This weekend I hope our leaf blower will be put to work piling up the leaves that cover the yard, front and back, to be carried off to the woods across from our home. Our yard looks like the picture you see here. I do leave a layer of leaves over the garden beds.
In the past we have taken our trusty red plastic container to the gas station to fill and fuel some of our 2 and 4 cycle outdoor equipment. In the spring when it's time to start up the mower for the first time, it takes quite a few pulls to get her going. We never thought of the fact that the type of fuel we were using could be causing the problem.
Because of this, and the desire to take better care of our equipment that runs on fuel, it was interesting to learn the damaging affects that ethanol, which is in fuel from the gas station. We also learned that there is a fuel that can winter over in our equipment without separating and causing harm, and will give us a good start up when needed during or after storage in the winter cold.
Find out more about an engineered fuel that has been introduced to us at the link that starts this sentence. You'll discover several reasons why this is a superior product that will remain stable when stored up to 5 years, and 2 years after opening. Gasoline is only fresh for about a month which makes what seems like a bargain far from it.
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Now off to go make sure all of our lawn care tools are ready to work for us this weekend!