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Proudly made in the U.S.A.
NO-SPILL® is a registered 
Trademark of No-Spill Inc. 

Can I buy a can from No-Spill  ?
No-Spill does not sell cans directly, but a dealer can be found near you by clicking here.

Can I buy parts from No-Spill  ?
Yes, No-Spill Accessories can be purchased on our site by clicking here

​​How does the Auto-stop feature work?
Download additional information and instructions on the Auto-stop feature here.

What can I do if my can or nozzle breaks and it wasn't my fault?
Please visit our Warranty page for help with product issues

What can I do if my nozzle is leaking?
Please visit our Warranty page for help with product issues

Where can I return my can if I want a refund?
Returns should be processed where your purchase originated.

Can I use a No-Spill can to fill my car/truck?
Yes and No, No-Spill cans are not intended for refueling on-road motor vehicles. However, an accessory called the flexible extension (part #0206) can be purchased to aid in fueling motor vehicles.

How do I become a Dealer?
Dealer inquiries can be directed to

What is the best way to care for and store my No-Spill   Cans?
Start by reading our safety page and all the warning labels on the can and nozzle. Then make sure you regularly perform two important steps:

  1. Frequently press the Green Button to release trapped fumes when the can is stored and prior to pouring from the nozzle.

  2. Store the can with a full level of fuel. Fumes expand and contract drastically with temperature changes so the fewer fumes in the can the better. The goal is safety and good maintenance of your purchase.

Are No-Spill cans OSHA approved?
No, No-Spill cans are not OSHA approved. To gain OSHA approval the tests include the can sitting in a burning pool of fuel for about 10 minutes. Almost all OSHA cans are metal. Problem is metal cans sometimes spark and they spill a lot of fuel when used.

What certifications do No-Spill cans have?
Environmental approvals:
   • USA EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certification requirements include containing all fuel and fumes except
     .3 of a gram per gallon per day. The EPA has many other regulations, but containing fuel and fumes is their focus.
   •CARB (California Air Resources Board) similar to EPA requirements

Physical can approvals:
   •ASTM (American Society for Testing & Materials) Worldwide voluntary standards for many products. Gas can testing
     includes pressure testing, drop testing, handle pull, chemical resistance, ultra violet resistance, etc.
   •ANSI (American National Standards Institute) worldwide standards - similar testing to ASTM 
   •DOT/UN (US Department Of Transportation / United Nations) National and International standards for transporting
   and storage of portable fuel cans. Only our 5 gallon size has this approval and only if the No Spill #6130 cap is installed.

Child Resistance/Senior Friendly
   •USA CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) sets standards here. All gas cans sold in US must be tested and

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