Originally Posted by Armye7
This weekend in Ohio temps will fall below 0 and the high won’t reach 20 degrees for at least 3 days. I am going to take my chances and add some Power Service anti gel. Hope this don’t mess up my aquahot.
I added my power service anti gel after I got to my winter camping location and haven’t had any issues with my AquaHot fuel wise. Other than having to add fuel to keep tank full. Figured I needed the anti gel more for the AquaHot than if I was driving.
Just my experience this winter.
We are in the lower mainland of British Columbia so haven’t experienced much weather below 30F. Will in the next week according to forecast but still better than Ohio from the sounds of it.