Seafoam Motor Treatment, Should you use it? How should you use it?

When it comes to keeping your motor running just the right way, there are some simple ...

When it comes to keeping your motor running just the right way, there are some simple and easy things that companies who create chemicals tell you that you can do to keep it in tip-top shape all without having to even crack as much as a single bolt. They aren’t necessarily a replacement for regular maintenance but promise, instead, to help in between. With the use of a chemical called Seafoam, the motor treatment promises to clean out your internals and keep that machine running at its peak performance for the entirety of its life. However, with this motor treatment and others like it, you’re really left to wonder how well it actually works and when you should use it.

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In this one, we catch up with a video from YouTuber, Robert DIY, as he dives into his experiences with Seafoam and how he chooses to use it in his engines. Instead of having a friend who had a friend who had a good or bad experience with the chemical, it’s kind of neat to hear someone who knows their car inside and out who has used it themselves and can testify to whether or not it has provided any good in their particular application. It’s these kinds of hands-on results that could convince you one way or the other when it comes to deciding whether or not you want to purchase a can of this stuff for yourself!

Check out the video down below that takes us for a walk into the world of Seafoam, a substance that has gone back and forth with controversial debates being sparked over whether or not it’s really good for extending the life of your engine. After watching this one, do you think that this is something that you would use under the hood of your own car or is it something that you think that you’ll just avoid?

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