Gipsy wrote:They're not required to tell us if it's bio
Gipsy wrote:You try asking Rob, most service station operations don't know what they're selling, it's just diesel to them. The big fuel tanker delivers it and they just take your money. That kind of information is way above the pay rate of the console operator. and the boss isn't normally around to ask... Mostly because they're overseas owned!
Gipsy wrote:Rob, I was just wondering if BP diesel smells different. For me it's the first and last time I'll use that servo and probably the last for BP. I prefer the unbranded fuels and caltex etc but never was impressed by BP. Most of our unbranded diesel comes from Malaysia so it's mostly pure diesel but BP is an unknown. Besides, that particular BP servo is a shonky one and has just been fiddling with its underground tanks so who knows what I bought. Rather than putting it in the hilux I'll find somewhere to dispose of contaminated fuel, ie the local tip which takes old oil for recycling. It all goes through the cracker and probably comes out as BP or re-refined oil.
Gipsy wrote:Hi Rob, yes I did put some in a jar and it was clear and clean but the smell is what threw me. I may consider leaving it to settle for an extended period and decant the clear stuff until I can see what has settled out.
Gipsy wrote:Normally I can smell the distinctive diesel smell but that's probably because I try to use the pure imported stuff.
Gipsy wrote:My guess is the BP has bio blend which might be why the different smell.
Gipsy wrote:Once upon a time the pump hoses had a final filter but that's a thing of the past for us oldies
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