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i went to fill up this afternoon. it been -10 -15 for a couple of days now. i keep my power service in the bed of truck when i poured it inti the measureing cup the power service came out in clumps, so i didnt add it to the fuel. whats up with it clumping like that? its the white bottle for winter.
 

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its an additive. it needs diesel fuel or a fuel substance to stop gelling.
 

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so i should put it in like that or bring it in the house and let it warm up?
 

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i would put it in the house till you you need it. stanadyne does the samething.
 

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A real man would just pop a handful in his mouth and slosh it around until it melts and then spit it into the fuel neck. :anitoof:
 

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It's okay to pour in like that. The only additive I haven't seen do that is Hydrotex Power Kleen Arctic.
 
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