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64 reviews | 4.8 out of 5
Have used this product for a while. Have had good results.
My 2001 Avalon (200,000 miles+) used to start with the turn of the key. Then about 4 yrs ago I had to step on the accelerator to start it. About a yr ago my friend recommended Seafoam & I tried it. I placed a can into the tank & about a small cup (spray paint can plastic cover) through the vacuum hose. The car started on its own & lasted about three weeks. I repeated this procedure & it lasted about 3 months. Again repeated this procedure & it lasted another 3 months. It worked as a temporary fix & I was thrilled to have my old car back again.
Last I took removed the air filter elements & sprayed the inside with carb cleaner. Then I used a toothbrush to clean out the carbon. Also I sprayed into a very small port hole in the same area. Now I pour a can of Sea Foam into the tank to maintain a clean fuel system about every 3 months. It feels good to have & drive the old car again.
I was having starting and off idle response problems with my 95 Yamaha jet ski. One treatment with Seafoam in the fuel solved it.
It is easy to use and works well. What more can I say?
Always us in all my lawn equipment. Never have carb issues.
I use this in both of my cars and it works . Going to try it in my lawn tools.
Outstanding product for small and large engines as a carb cleaner, fuel additive and quick tune-up for rough running two and four cycle engines.
for boats and cars. i add more then required
My engine stays clean longer while using Seafoam
Excellent product for everyday use due to alcohol in gas AND during time of storage since it also contains fuel stabilizers.
Use this in my boat to prevent carbon build up and expensive repairs!
This stuff if great. I use it in my four wheeler, truck, & any motor that is not running well. You can put it in the oil & the fuel which I do. When its time for an oil change my truck starts sounding noisey with knocks & rough ideal. It will quite the noise with a half a can in my oil when changed. It helped with my 4 wheeler being hard to start & not getting enough fuel with a little in the gas.
I already knew what this product could do. It is good for clearing out most of the carbon built up in cars. Buy it can be pricey. Walmart has at a price that can not be beat.
Been using this for a few yrs now,,i found this product to be very useful in making my engine run good,,i use in boat ,truck ,and lawn mower,,,
good price good product
I have been using Sea Foam for many years and feel its the best gasoline treatment on the market. Walmart has the best price in my area, better than any auto parts store. I would not use anything in my equipment that uses ethanol gas but this stabilizer.
Just thought I would share for those that don't know.... I was told about Seafoam back in 2010 while taking the motorcycle safe class 2 days before I bought my Ninja. He said if you remember anything remember this will be your best friend after your bike has sat through the winter. Note I'm a chic, with a sport bike who only knows how to ride it, but knows very little about the mechanics of the bike well except how to change a clutch because I have non the less. Yea Youtube. lol Seafoam should be the go to for after your bike sits through the winter. I pour an entire can in my 4.5 gallon tank yep it has old gas in it. After it takes a few times to start once it does I help it warm up then let it run for about 15 minutes, take it for a short trip up to the gas station put new gas in it (have always used top grade it runs better) take it the long way home and she's all better. After I cycled through a tank of gas and seafoam I put another can in there because she sat for nearly 5 months.... Take it from a chic who rides it's your after winter knight in shinning armor... lol
My 2 cycle equipment seems to be running stronger then before i
applied Sea Foam. The biggest problem i had was when i attached the red
straw to the sprayer. It kept flying off ever time i tried to spray it. I had to hold
the red straw in one hand and the can in the other..Maybe i just got a bad can..