How to Get Gummed Up Gas Out of a Gas Tank?

Answer Any vehicle that sits for an extended period of time with gas in its tank will likely experience "gummed-up" gas -- that is, gas that eats away at the interior of the gas tank and thus loses its ef... Read More »

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How to Clean a Gummed Up Gas Tank on a Motorcycle?

If gas has been sitting in a gas tank for awhile it has a tendency to eat away at the interior of the gas tank and gum up with age, so the gas will not be as potent as normal gas and your motorcycl... Read More »

How to Make Gummed Paper?

Sticker or gummed paper from the office supply store is expensive, but you can make gummed paper more cheaply at home using safe, nontoxic ingredients you likely have in the pantry. Applying gum to... Read More »

How to Clean Gummed Up Carbs?

If the carburetor on your old car or motorcycle is gummed up, you don't have to stop driving it. Over time, especially with fuel sitting in it, a carburetor can develop a layer of varnish wherever ... Read More »

How to Clean a Gummed-Up Tecumseh 6HP Carburetor?

When your 6-horsepower Tecumseh engine won't start or dies right after it starts, but there is plenty of gas, a good spark plug and a clean air filter in it, then you can easily identify the proble... Read More »