Q: Is there anything special I need to do before I use TruFuel®?

A: We recommend that you drain your equipment of any old, unused fuel before using TruFuel. Once the tank is empty, simply open TruFuel and pour it directly into your outdoor power equipment.

Q: Will TruFuel affect the manufacturer’s warranty of my power equipment?

A: Absolutely not. Just be certain that you use the manufacturer’s suggested ratio.

Q: Does TruFuel go stale like the gas I currently have stored in my garage?

A: No. special packaging technology is used to ensure TruFuel’s freshness. TruFuel is packaged in a sealed container that ensures high performance for a minimum of 2 years from the time you open the can and for more than 5 years unopened.

Q: What types of 2-cycle equipment does TruFuel work in?

A: TruFuel can be used in all air-cooled, 2-cycle equipment. Leaf blowers, line trimmers and chainsaws are the most common, but snow blowers, small generators and air-cooled outboard engines will also benefit from the superior performance and protection of TruFuel.

Q: Can I recycle TruFuel containers after I have used them?

A: Yes. Please completely empty the container and then recycle just as you would any other steel can.

Q: TruFuel is a great idea, why hasn’t this been done before?

A: Conventional gasoline from the gas station is not well suited for storage in sealed containers. TruFuel’s formulation allows us to safely package engineered fuel & oil in a non-vented container.

Q: Which TruFuel mix is right for my equipment?

A: Click here for a manufacturers list.

Q: Where can I buy TruFuel?

A: TruFuel is available at most home and garden centers. TruFuel is also available at Walmart, Ace Hardware, True Value, Lowe’s, Menards, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and The Home Depot. Please use the store locator below to find your nearest store.