- Fixes ethanol issues
- Stops costly repairs
- Cleans carburetors and injectors without the need to remove
- Revitalizes stale gasoline
- Revives rubber & plastic parts
- Removes water; absorbs the water that has accumulated in the fuel system, allowing it to pass harmlessly through the fuel system and burn in the engine.
Synthetic fuel additive works in power equipment with 2 & 4-cycle engines. It removes all varnish in the fuel system without having to remove the carburetor, removes carbon deposits and water, revitalizes rubber and plastic components, replaces lost Octane, and rejuvenates old fuel. Cleanses equipment’s fuel system so that it starts efficiently and operates in top condition.
On Machine Carburetor Cleaning
Works to clean varnish in the fuel system without having to remove the carburetor. Cleanses power-robbing carbon deposits from engine’s internal engine components. Safely dissolves varnish / shellac to clean engine components.
Revitalizes Stale Fuel
Restores old, decayed fuel by breaking down carbon deposits.
Removes water that causes corrosion and poor-running.
Keeps engine in top working condition, avoiding repairs and down time.
Poor Running Engine: Pour 1 oz Mechanic In A Bottle (MIB) per 1 gallon of fuel into your fuel tank. Start engine and run for at least 15 minutes.
Starts working in as little as 15 Minutes! Performance improves over time. Do not drain fuel tank.
Small 2 & 4 Cycle Engines
Poor-Running Engine: Pour 1 oz Mechanic In A Bottle (MIB) per 1 gallon of fuel into your fuel tank. Start engine and run for at least 15 minutes. Starts working in as little as 15 Minutes! Performance improves over time. Do not drain fuel tank.
Non-Running Engines: Drain fuel system completely. For small power equipment (e.g. string trimmers), add 2 oz of MIB into empty fuel tank.
Larger equipment (e.g. lawn tractors): Add 4 oz of MIB. Work the MIB into the carburetor using primer bulb or pulling starter cord repeatedly.
Starts working in as little as 15 Minutes! For best results, let engine stand for at least 4 hours before restarting. Do not drain MIB from tank, add fresh fuel and follow equipment’s starting instructions.
Frequently Asked Questions
- I have been using other brands of gasoline stabilizer, why should I switch to Mechanic in a Bottle a
- What is Fuel Hygiene?
- Will Mechanic in a Bottle and/or Ethanol Shield work on e15 fuels?
- Will Mechanic in a bottle help an engine that won’t start?
- Will Mechanic in a Bottle hurt my engine?
- Will Mechanic in a Bottle take the place of 2-cycle oil?
- Will Mechanic in a Bottle void my warranty?
- Will Mechanic in a Bottle make my old gas new again?