Isopropyl alcohol will pull water into the fuel so it is burned with the gasoline. However, this type of product works when the engine is used continuously. If not, use a product that can offer fuel stability (gum and varnish prevention) and rust and corrosion protection. This is critical for long term storage.
Will using a standard isopropyl gasoline dryer product (such as IsoHeet) provide me with the same benefit by getting the water out? Print
Modified on: Sat, 10 Aug, 2019 at 7:12 AM
Did you find it helpful? Yes NoSend feedback
Sorry we couldn't be helpful. Help us improve this article with your feedback.