Conway, S.C., Aug. 26, 2011 – B3C Fuel Solutions, LLC, a manufacturer of environmentally friendly products and solutions for ethanol and bio-fuel related problems, is offering Mechanic In A Bottle and Ethanol Shield to citizens affected by Hurricane Irene.
Mechanic in a Bottle can help start poor or non running generators, chain saws and other power equipment that may have been in storage for extended periods of time. This type of equipment is usually forgotten about until it is needed. “Often, when an engine is running rough or will not start, the problems can be traced back to issues caused by ethanol-blended fuels. We recognize now is a critical time in which the victims of Hurricane Irene need their equipment to start and run effectively, and we would like to help,” said Brian O’Neil, Chief Business Development Officer, B3C Fuel Solutions, LLC. For equipment that is running, Ethanol Shield can be used to protect the fuel system and stabilize the fuel for a reliable start.
B3C Fuel Solutions, LLC is providing a manufacturer’s rebate worth up to $ 6.95 per household for purchases of Mechanic in a Bottle or Ethanol Shield now through September 4, 2011 for areas of the east coast of the United States affected by Hurricane Irene. Both products are available in the lawn and garden sections of The Home Depot and Walmart as well as lawn and garden dealers nationwide.