What people say

I just wanted to let you know I received the purge valve for the aluminum Briggs carb yesterday. Cleaned out the carb using the purge valve this morning and as usual...it worked perfectly! Love your product!! Bob

Bob Collier

Small engine repair

Hey Frank, it's Bob reaching out to you. I left a message. I wanted to get some information on the two cycle GumBuster kit. I think you said it’s available now, so if you could send me a link to that or send me some information regarding how I can look at it and purchase it from. I would really appreciate that. I did get the GumBuster bottles that you sent me and I love all this stuff man. It's fantastic! I'm telling everybody about it. So anyway, take care, and I hope to hear from. Talk to you soon. Bye.

Bob Collier

Small engine repair

Frank, your carburetor cleaner worked beautifully as advertised.  I owe you a BIG THANK YOU as my Toro Snowblower is working again as it did before.  Your product and instructions worked flawlessly.  I will highly recommend your product to others as it saved me a lot of money and time in taking my snowblower to have it repaired by a professional.   Thanks Again!  Ed Mehlig

Edmund G Mehlig

Retired

One of the best customer service around. Very quick and responsive to emails and willing to assist with any Q&A. Very glad to have found this company.

Bobby Sengchan

There is a great video on youtube showing how to use this product. I was having the same exact problem as indicated in the video and recommend this product. Drained all the gas at the end of the prior season, but it wouldn't start. I believe it is the ethanol in gas that leaves residue even after draining the gas. I bought the kit with the GumBuster and PurgeGas. I did exactly what was done in the video and it worked! Important tip when you remove the screw, hold the bowl down so it doesn't move before installing the purge valve. The bowl shifted when I removed the screw and I found out later after gas kept leaking out, that I accidentally dislodged the gasket ring. If the bowl does move, remove it and seat the gasket ring in the groove before attaching the bowl with the purge valve. I had to flip my snowblower upside down so gravity would keep the ring in place while I reinstalled the bowl. If you are wondering if you really need to drain the gas before using GumBuster, yes you do. Frank was very responsive and answered all my questions. So glad I will be able to service my own snow blower every year without taking it in.

Sanjay Shah

Homeowner

Called my local Toro dealer he told me to bring in my snowblower that was not running in for repairs.  He also told me I could have it back in 2 or 3 MONTHS fixed.  We are forecasted to get 7 to 9 inches of snow tonight.  Haven’t had my first heart attack yet and don’t want one.  I had ordered y

Sam Trapane

Retired Police Officer