A funnel can help you put gas in your tank without spilling it all over the place — and if you’re using a funnel, why not one that filters the gas to get rid of contaminants? That’s exactly what the fuel filters from Mr. Funnel do.
Mr. Funnel fuel filters combine a heavy-duty, fast-flow fuel filter with an anti-static, polypropylene funnel. They designed the fluoropolymer-coated stainless steel fuel filter to remove water, dirt, and debris from gasoline, diesel, and kerosene. The contaminants collect in the sump area for easy inspection and cleaning.
Mr. Funnel sells four different models of their fuel-filtering funnel. The funnels range in price from $20 to $40 and support flow rates of 2.7gpm to 15gpm respectively.
We all want to take care of our gasoline-powered tools and toys as best we can, but is filtering the gas really necessary? Is Mr. Funnel a useful tool, or is it just a gimmick? If it is useful, what exactly are you doing to your fuel to contaminate it before you pour it in the tank? Let us know in the comments.