only if it is old. Most gas now contains ethanol which will separate from water when it's stored for a long time
act as stabilizer.
Gases are useful for lots of things. you might need to specify on what gas it is?
I use a 1-gallon and a 2-gallon plastic gas can (one for regular fuel and one for fuel/oil mix) to store my fuel and I have never had a problem with the fuel going bad. However, it is known that fuel will get stale after 30 days - that may be where your problem lies. Get a smaller container if you don't use very much fuel in a 30-day period. Or, you might try adding a fuel stabilizer product with your fuel.
From trash to gas
You need something for ignition.
The purpose of fuel stabilizer is to keep the gas from going bad. Once it is bad then it is too late. Using old gas will just cause it to varnish inside the combustion chamber and carburetor. Use fresh gas. Good luck.
Add fuel stabilizer to your gas tank to allow for easy starting after storage.
Shock first, then check your stabilizer. Add stabilizer as needed.
stabilizer is a mixture
The Stabilizer was created in 1984.
A pint or less mixing with a full tank of gasoline, nothing will happen.
The duration of The Stabilizer is 1.5 hours.
A stabilizer is typically used for controlling the balance of what the stabilizer is connected too. For instance, a car stabilizer makes sure the car stays in a safe balance.
You mix stabilizer powder and water
chemical name of stabilizer powder
yes, steering stabilizer is standard
the horizontal stabilizer controls the pitch of the airplane