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You just want to mix a pint of gas in a 40:1 mixture with two-cycle oil, because you don’t want to have a gallon or two of mixed gas left over at the end of the season.  Do you want to crunch the numbers in your head or find a calculator?  No.  Instead use the MixMizer’s ratio scale to take the guesswork and/or calculation out of mixing gas.

Hopkin’s MixMizer is a plastic syringe-like tool that only weighs 15.8 ounces.  It comes with a plastic extension tube to reach the bottom of the can to get those last few drops of oil.

You can purchase the MixMizer for something like $6 to $7.

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2 Responses to Only Mix As Much Gas As You Need

  1. Aaron says:

    I bought one of these just to mix the gas directly in my string trimmer. I didn’t want to have a gas can with gas that would just go bad before I could use it all.

  2. David Bryan says:

    That’d keep me from getting in trouble messing around in the kitchen drawers. You just can’t tell some people that that oil will wash off.

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