Alternative to petrol for lawn mower
The mower shop is trying to get me to use Aspen, an expensive alternative to petrol, in my mower. They say it burns much cleaner, lasts longer, preserves the engine, starts easier, saves on servicing, and is more than worth the extra money (about £5 /litre). Has anyone used this? Does it really make a difference?
My Viking mower (Briggs & Stratton engine) 'hunts', I'm told it's because of dirty fuel. Although I've been filtering the petrol since the last carb clean, it's happening again, and I'm wondering if using Aspen would help.