i saw things like that, the issue is, is that i think when winter comes, it gets bloody cold, and the bike get stored in an unheated garage. i believe that is what is making these chemicals fail. its the only theory i got since none of them really say they are rated for that weather, all three times i have cleaned the tank, applied the stuff over the entire hinge and scraped the tank before doing so. i haven't ripped apart the tank yet as i just noticed it today, but i my guess is it will be lkike the last fuel safe stuff, it was still hard as a rock, but is peeling off. which could make sense if it saw 6 months of winter. not only that winters here are chaotic. i mean in one 24 hour cycle, it could be say -30*C during the night and then jump to +10*C during the day. and it could do this for a few days, then just go back to staying cold, which i have seen temps of -50*C. and its those days that i have trouble getting my car started, and its a ford. So my theory is that its just expanding and contracting too much and breaking lose from the tank, then is tart riding and tossing the bike around, hitting bumps, and it just makes its way back to the hinge and starts leaking again. that's all i got. the chemicals themselves aren't breaking down.
its a hazard, and i need my bike because i use it as a second vehicle to get to work when someone else (my gf) is using my car. and i hate riding it when its liek this cause its dangerous and its a waste of precious gas.
point being i would love to try this stuff, but will it really handle the environment out here.