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7 Essential Items For A Survival Kit

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2 thoughts on “Long Term Gasoline Storage

  1. Hmm. Interesting. I’d be intrigued to see that stuff at work. Currently, the best solution I can see for gasoline is to rotate it out every 2-3 months. What I mean, is to poor the contents of the gas can into one of the family vehicles. Then go fill them back up again–with fresh gas.

    Of course, the best option would be to have everything powered in diesel. That way, your fuel would never break down and there wouldn’t be as big of a shortage during a disaster because everyone would be after the gas!

    Thanks for this,

    Josh
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  2. Josh, You should be able to go at least 6 months even without an additive. But rotating every few months will certainly keep it fresh. Also Diesel isn’t everlasting. It also needs treated as well.

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