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I responded to a few of these burn events, really painful. BTW once beeswax gets hot the fire gets bigger; lawn, garage, eaves, really gets going.If you are using ethanol free, the suggestion putting in with a nearly full tank of gas will dilute and worked well for me as I abhorred putting on the ground except for killing bees and things like that. Also, burning gas, you must be careful as the flare up is quick and one friend knows that all too well after burning his leg.
I used to do that with old gas from my motorcycle. But the B&S died a couple of years ago and I got a free electric mower from someone, so it's not an option for me anymore!I think the average lawnmower powered by a crude Briggs and Stratton will chew through that mixed fuel with no ill effects.
@rgranger: @jssailem's Belize thread is here: https://forums.sailboatowners.com/index.php?threads/belize-on-a-leopard-45.196693/I have visited Belize only once and it was a very brief visit. It is on my bucket list once I retire. I would love to see a thread of your trip there. Photos?
If you are going to buy it in small quantities like that I suggest getting canned gas. Currently the only 2 stroke motor I own is for a dingy and I run ethanol free premix in it. You can find it in the garden section of the Lowes or even Walmart. The stuff is expensive but if you're only going to use a quart or two a year it's not that bad.My former town has a couple of HazMat days and they will take overwintered gas or whatever. I would buy only a gallon at a time of gas to mix with oil for the snowblower or dingy outboard.
I've dumped it in my Suburban's 40 gal tank and kept driving. No issues. It''s really diluted considering it's already about 50:1 before I pour it in.
Same here. Old premixed gas goes right in my 35 gallon tank. The hardest part is getting it out of the portable outboard tanks.I do the same with old fuel. It won’t harm your car, and once diluted even further its not going to affect the fuel quality in any significant way.