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1/2 Gallon Extra Fuel - Emergency Fuel Solution NON Flammable 5 Worldwide Patents


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ASINB008BLFSWA
Best Sellers Rank #114,261 in Automotive (See top 100)
Date First AvailableOctober 19, 2012
  
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Morgas on April 27, 2013
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If you expect this to be a straight up gasoline replacement in winter, you might be in trouble when you need it. There are definitely things you need to know about this product in order to count on it. So lets say you run out of gas in your car/boat/lawnmower.. the way it works is when you fill up the tank with this solution, the theory is, that your car(or other device) is warmed up, and there is enough residual gasoline in your lines to "spark" the rest of the solution, thereby allowing you to run on this fuel until you can reach a gas station and refill. This product has a 105F degree minimum flash point that it needs to achieve before it can take a spark and run off of. So if you run out of gas in the winter.. and you wait too long.. your car might get too cold for this to be effective. Also, trying to run it direct without any other type of fuel might not work either unless you have a way of preheating the solution over it's flash point. As for it being safe to store on hot days, this is a quote from the FAQ of the manufacturer:

"extraFuel develops less pressure than a container of orange juice when exposed to high temperatures. The vapors are not explosive. The only way it would catch fire, would be when raised to a temperature above its flash point and if the fuel were exposed to a spark or a flame. However, ExtraFuel is packaged in a bottle where the mouth of the container is heat sealed with foil seal, protected by a child safety cap. That makes it difficult for a spark or flame to get near the liquid. This product is not flammable. "

also, don't throw away the cardboard paper thing that comes attached to the extrafuel, that is actually a funnel that you can use when you need to pour it into your gas tank. I almost threw it away thinking it was just some advertising tag.

here's a link to the rest of the FAQ:
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brian Pletcher on July 15, 2013
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I bought this product a while ago and ended up having to use it when I didn't realize my low fuel light had stopped working. It worked like a charm! The only downside is that it makes my trunk smell like gas. I bought some for my parents and they didn't want to keep it in their car because it smelled so bad (they have hatchback/suv cars where the air from the trunk area isn't separated from the front). The bottle seems airtight and the foil is in place, so maybe cleaning the outside of the container would help.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Daisy on November 17, 2013
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Although I have not needed to use it yet, the manufacturer apparently uses clear plastic wrap as sort of gasket inside the cap. The fuel leaks from the container and you can smell it in your vehicle all the time. They must be a start up company on a shoestring budget. What they don't warn you about in their advertising is that you MUST keep your engine running when you pour their fuel into your gas tank, or it will apparently gum up your fuel injectors or something. I guess it's still safer than carrying gasoline inside your vehicle.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By micsun on October 15, 2012
It's super important to have one of these or a tank full of gas in your car just in case. If not for yourself, then for someone in need.

The two identical pictures of the product is what sold me!
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