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Toro introduces new fuel treatment

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The product is designed for use with both two- and four-cycle small engines.

| August 28, 2013

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Toro announces the availability of its new Premium Fuel Treatment. Designed for use with both two- and four-cycle small engines, this fuel treatment is designed to keep fuel fresh, keep fuel systems clean and prevent corrosion.

At one ounce per two gallons of fuel, Toro Premium Fuel Treatment keeps fuel fresh for up to two years and helps ensure easy starting, even after seasonal storage, according to the company. It is also designed to protect fuel against water absorption. The formula includes detergents that dissolve particulate deposits within the fuel system, keeps the intake valves clean and coats and protects the carburetor.

Specially formulated to prevent corrosion of critical fuel system components, Toro Premium Fuel Treatment contains a metal deactivator that guards components against rust, oxidation and other corrosion ethanol is known to accelerate.

“Using our fuel treatment with every fill up will protect fuel system components and reduce costly maintenance,” says Kim Wellman, aftermarket marketing manager for Toro.


 

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