Yeah, I do nothing too, but it might not be best.
Mower is only 7 years old.
So is the wacker.
I know the wacker wouldn't start with 2 year old gas.
New gas fixed that.
Three reasons I don't do anything.
3. I wouldn't mind buying a new mower and whacker because of laziness.
I think the best thing to do at the end of the season is run it dry
and pour the oiled gas in the weeds, and put the clean gas in the car
Then buy new gas for fill ups when the next season begins.
But I do nothing because it's worked for 7 years.
And I'm lazy.
My neighbor, the small engine mechanic, says to run it dry.
OTOH- I have a 12[?] yr old Honda that sits in the back yard with
piece of tin covering it loosely. It has whatever gas was in it from
the last time I ran it. I *might* chop up some leaves with it
next week-- but if not, it will have sat from Nov 1 to mid May before
I start it up. It took 2 pulls this year, so I guess I'm pushing my
If it doesn't sound like it should in the spring I'll run some K100 in
it for a few tanks.
I have never in my life stabilized or drained gas from my lawnmower.
Just put it away at the end of the season and get it out next season.
Put new gas in and it starts up. Pretty much the same with my 2 cycle
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