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Old 19 January 2015, 20:06   #1
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Just wondered if anyone knows where to get some of this product.Also is this similar to Sea Foam.
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Found it on Amazon, is this similar to Sea Foam though.
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You probably need to ask some of our US members-Seafoam isn't readily available here.
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You probably need to ask some of our US members-Seafoam isn't readily available here.
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I also have found Sea Foam on ebay so getting these 2 products isn't a problem, it's do they do the same job thanks.
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I think they're both some sort of decarbonizing agents.

I've avoided Sea Foam stuff, as it has a "fixes everything from dirty injectors to lubing fuel pumps to spaying the dog" kind of advertising campaign, which makes me think it's snake oil (despite the widespread use and numerous user testimonials.)

Ring Free is pretty simple to use - add the correct amount before fueling (to make sure it gets mixed in by the added fuel), and you're good to go. Don't know if it does any good or not, though. I used it fairly religiously when my motor was new, but haven't in the past, oh, four years or so. No difference that I can tell.

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