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Walmart has 32oz STA-BIL Storage Fuel Stabilizer (22214) on sale for $8.88. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks polly.wog & mrdjman

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Amazon also has 32oz STA-BIL Storage Fuel Stabilizer (22214) on sale for $8.88. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.
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Hope this helps somebody:
STA-BIL fuel stabilizer is currently $8.88 for the 32 oz jug: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000B68...lFb5VT65PE

In comparison, it's $13.37 at Home Depot.

if you don't need as much, the 8 oz container is <$4: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00125Z...lFb4P8K869 OOS
($9.25 at Home Depot)
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also $8.88 at Walmart [walmart.com] (thanks mrdjman)

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Ethanol is corrosive. For those that aren't built for it, it's best to use ethanol-free gasoline. For engines built for it, it works fine. The issue arises for engines built for it is when it sits for a while. If a mower doesn't start after sitting during the winter, it's usually the ethanol in the gasoline. The main issue is that ethanol attracts water. Stabil will help but it doesn't completely resolve the issue, especially the longer it sits not being used.

This youtube video will show the damage ethanol can do even with Stabil:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvS_D4_lF5U
A must for Generator storage and gas cans to feed them for when the big one hits. I tend to go with Sea Foam myself for it's engine / fuel system cleaning properties (in addition to a two year fuel stabilizer) but you won't find it for this price.

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A must for Generator storage and gas cans to feed them for when the big one hits. I tend to go with Sea Foam myself for it's engine / fuel system cleaning properties (in addition to a two year fuel stabilizer) but you won't find it for this price.
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Great to see the return of the $1 No Rush Credit.
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Good price. Thanks, OP.

It must be based on the warehouse that it comes out of, because I'm not seeing the $1 Digital credit.
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Walmart has it for the same price

https://www.walmart.com/ip/STA-BI...z/16645039

If ya just can't wait for shipping... Smilie
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anyone here knowledgeable on ethanol? ive heard it gunks up your system and to use this stuff? or maybe seafoam?
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Good price. Thanks, OP.

It must be based on the warehouse that it comes out of, because I'm not seeing the $1 Digital credit.
I bought two grill covers a couple weeks ago and saw the credit so broke it into two orders. No credit on single so changed to qty 2 and it was back. Certainly based on an estimated shipping cost algorithm.
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How long does gas need to sit until it needs stabilizer?
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I bought two grill covers a couple weeks ago and saw the credit so broke it into two orders. No credit on single so changed to qty 2 and it was back. Certainly based on an estimated shipping cost algorithm.
Yep...
Changed from quantity 1 to 2 and there it is. Quantity 3 gets me $1.50.
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How long does gas need to sit until it needs stabilizer?
My assumption is more than 6 months or if you are approaching winter time. Whichever comes first. I've read that the colder air causes water condensation to form and gets moisture in fuel and the ethanol starts making the gas go bad
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anyone here knowledgeable on ethanol? ive heard it gunks up your system and to use this stuff? or maybe seafoam?
Ethanol is corrosive. For those that aren't built for it, it's best to use ethanol-free gasoline. For engines built for it, it works fine. The issue arises for engines built for it is when it sits for a while. If a mower doesn't start after sitting during the winter, it's usually the ethanol in the gasoline. The main issue is that ethanol attracts water. Stabil will help but it doesn't completely resolve the issue, especially the longer it sits not being used.

This youtube video will show the damage ethanol can do even with Stabil:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvS_D4_lF5U
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is it just me or did amazon take away the ability to see the lowest price for a multiple selection item?

like this used to work to show lowest price for each but not anymore

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...e_name=all
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Ethanol is corrosive. For those that aren't built for it, it's best to use ethanol-free gasoline. For engines built for it, it works fine. The issue arises for engines built for it is when it sits for a while. If a mower doesn't start after sitting during the winter, it's usually the ethanol in the gasoline. The main issue is that ethanol attracts water. Stabil will help but it doesn't completely resolve the issue, especially the longer it sits not being used.

This youtube video will show the damage ethanol can do even with Stabil:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvS_D4_lF5U
Excellent answer. The only thing I'd add is that Sta-Bil 360 will help neutralize the effects of ethanol, while Sta-Bil Marine and Star Tron Fuel Treatment will both stabilize fuel and protect against ethanol damage.
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