Hello fellow members, I have searched to see if this has been talked about before and haven't found any discussions. I was wondering if anyone knew if ethanol treatment (like what Sta-Bil makes) works as well as fuel injector cleaner for helping with vehicle maintenance. I am a little weary of these products, not being a fan of "liquid mechanic" products (even though these are not really classified as such). I realize that the best option would be to run gasoline that didn't have the ethanol mixed in with it. I've also heard that the best way to clean injectors is to remove them from the engine and use a specialty machine for the process (I have two I need to clean). Furthermore, speaking of ethanol brings up another point: I heard that the government was wanting to raise the percentage in gasoline from 10 to 15!!!! I might be missing something but that makes no sense!!!! All the government cares about is emissions and they don't care what ethanol is doing to vehicles (especially the old school vehicles with carburetors). I also believe that fuel economy decreases with this poor quality fuel, so more fuel is being used!!!!???? Not to mention the corn that is being wasted for all of this... I realize that there are "flex fuel" vehicles, but not everyone owns one!!! It looks to me like if enough people stood together for "ethanol-free" gasoline, the government would be forced to change back... But oh well, just putting that out there. Sorry for the rant about the government and politics. I'll step down from my soap box now since this is an automotive related website. Thanks, I appreciate any input.