How to Clean up a Gas Spill

If you’re maintaining a chainsaw, lawnmower, or weed eater, or doing other work that involves an engine, knowing how to clean up spilled gas is essential. Accidents happen, and if you’re unsure of what to do, you may take steps that create safety hazards. To help you out, our experts compiled a guide for how […]

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What You Need to Know About Fuel Contamination

It’s important that the fuel you use is free of contaminants. Otherwise, this can lead to unexpected downtime and expensive repairs to your car and equipment. This article will cover what you need to know about fuel contamination, from the causes and signs to preventative measures. Fuel Contamination Causes Dirty storage tanks and stale fuel […]

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Gas Cans: Don’t Fix What Isn’t Broken

Gas cans are not what they used to be. In 2009, the EPA instated regulations outlawing the manufacturing and retail distribution of portable fuel containers (gas cans) with vent holes, meaning the new gas cans cannot vent while not in use. According to the EPA, these regulations were necessary to protect the environment and improve […]

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Reasons to Use Premixed Fuel

If you own lawn equipment, you know how important the correct mix of premium-quality gas and oil is for its performance and internal upkeep. While it’s possible to mix a solution together for two-stroke engines yourself, getting the premixed fuel on the market is worth it. Below is a list of reasons premixed fuel is […]

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Your Winter Lawn Prep List

While certain regions across the United States have already experienced their first freeze and snow, for others, like the Midwest, as December comes to a close and cold weather closes in, it’s paramount that individuals take the necessary steps to prep their lawn to survive the winter so it can flourish come springtime. Read on […]

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How to Winterize Your Chainsaw

During winter, unused tools are susceptible to damage caused by cold weather. If you don’t winterize your chainsaw, the engine could stall, rust could form, and metals could warp. In other words, don’t risk leaving your chainsaw out! This article will walk you through the 6 simple steps you need to take. Step 1. Check […]

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