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Replying to an old post, I know ... Wurth make 2 very good products that i use in my vehicles : Fuel Cure and Diesel Cure. Alternatively speak to Freddi Stafford at 307 Lubricants in Observatory, Cape Town. He once mentioned that he supplies Bell Equipment with a diesel stabiliser as all the Bell machinery that is exported has to have 20 litres of fuel in the tanks so that they can be started on the far end. He is also the local Ravenol agent.
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Replying to an old post, I know ... Wurth make 2 very good products that i use in my vehicles : Fuel Cure and Diesel Cure. Alternatively speak to Freddi Stafford at 307 Lubricants in Observatory, Cape Town. He once mentioned that he supplies Bell Equipment with a diesel stabiliser as all the Bell machinery that is exported has to have 20 litres of fuel in the tanks so that they can be started on the far end. He is also the local Ravenol agent.
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It is still an active problem without a fix.

Fuel Cure seems to be listed as an injector cleaner. Did you mean Petrol Cure?...

https://www.wurth.co.za/chemicals/ad...30ml/01893-559

Stuff is very expensive at R214 per 330 ml bottle. Does not say how much petrol it will treat. The Wynn's was about R70 and treats 20L but it is not available any longer.
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FuelCure is a concentrated one shot treatment whereas DieselCure and PetrolCure are maintenance products. One bottle of DieselCure is good for treating 3 tankfuls on my van (90 litre tank). Hope this helps
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FuelCure is a concentrated one shot treatment whereas DieselCure and PetrolCure are maintenance products. One bottle of DieselCure is good for treating 3 tankfuls on my van (90 litre tank). Hope this helps
So how many liters of petrol will the PetrolCure treat to extend the shelf life, 270? That is really the issue here...extending the life of petrol storage. Please help me understand. Thanks.
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