Seasonal equipment need to start easily and run properly when removed from storage. Make your life easier next spring and treat your seasonal equipment to AMSOIL Gasoline Stabilizer (AST) before storage for the season.

Gasoline is not formulated for long-term storage and can start to degrade in as little as 30 days.

Degraded fuel leads to:

  • varnish and sludge that clog injectors, fuel lines and carburetors
  • stick floats; which cause poor engine performance
  • starting problems
  • increased maintenance expenses
  • decreased equipment life.

Gasoline Stabilizer inhibits the oxidation process that occurs when fuel is stored for extended periods, improving performance, extending equipment life and decreasing maintenance expenses.

Delivers Confidence

Treating fuel with Gasoline Stabilizer prior to storing equipment provides confidence. It offers peace of mind that equipment will not only start when it is needed, but will also perform properly.

Eliminates Need to Drain Fuel

Draining fuel from equipment can be difficult and it invites corrosion to bare metal and also drying and cracking of gaskets and seals. Some fuels are pre-treated with oxidation inhibitors that allow them to be stored for short periods without forming excessive deposits, while other fuels have no inhibitors at all. Gasoline Stabilizer eliminates the need to drain fuel from equipment before long-term storage. It fights fuel deterioration, severely limiting the formation of damaging varnish and deposits to help extend equipment life.

Decreases Maintenance

Deposits of varnish and sludge that form from degraded fuel can cause important components in the fuel system to become clogged or stuck and require thorough cleaning or replacement. Gasoline Stabilizer helps reduce maintenance time and costs by preventing harmful deposits from forming in the tank and fuel system, eliminating the need to clean or replace carburetors after long-term storage.

  • Helps keep fuel from deteriorating
  • Protects against varnish and gum buildup
  • Fights ethanol corrosion