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How Does Fuel Stabilizer Work?

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Fuel stabilizer is often recommended as an additive for small engines that are used for seasonal jobs such as a lawnmower or gas weed trimmer. Fuel stabilizer typically contains some type of proprietary mixture of additives that work to extend the life of gasoline. Without the use of fuel stabilizers, old fuel can become corroded with gums and other deposits that can make it difficult to start an engine.
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