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Can I Put Dry Gas In My Lawn Mower?

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isiah tyler Profile
isiah tyler answered
Yes you actually can....see the dry gas is alcohol or methanol and not a fuel stabilizer, but will bond with water....in other words knock yourself out...
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James stauffer answered
Yes you can.
I used it in mine it is gas with out the excess water in it. It cleans the mower engine and it runs better, be sure to use it once a week with your regular fuel or just use it regularly it is cheaper then fuel and it is like fuel but the mower is a smaller engine it will work fine.
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Karl Sagan answered

So, you can but now I want to leave the topic of grass. How do you struggle against leaves? Personally, I am eager to buy Ryobi leaf blower P21081 and many people call me crazy because of it. They think this is useless advice but in reality, this is extremely important.

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Chips Ters answered

Yes you can. I do this with my lawn mower.

A lawn mower is a great thing, I don’t know how I could do without it before. But in my case there is a small problem, oaks grow around my house and a lot of acorns periodically fall on my lawn. I was afraid that because of them my lawn mower might break and found a review on best rakes for acorns at https://thetoolassistant.com/best-rakes-for-acorns/, I watched several videos of how it works and I’m thinking of buying such a thing . What do you think? None of you use this?

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