Should I add Sea Foam to fresh gasoline for storage? [SOLVED]

I have about 4 five-gallon jugs of fresh gasoline I purchased for Hurricane Ida. Should I add Sea Foam to it before I store it away to keep it good to use for next hurricane season?

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Jim D.
2 years ago

Hi Quincy,

Yes! Adding Sea Foam Motor Treatment to fresh gasoline will help keep it from breaking down in storage. It will stabilize the fuel for up to two years, helping preserve ignition vapors, resist evaporation, and prevent gum and varnish from forming.

In short, it’s a good time to add Sea Foam to keep the fuel ready to use next season. Use at least one ounce of Sea Foam per gallon of gasoline.