Canadians don't clean oil or fuel systems in car motors as regularly as Europeans
Nobody tells you that when you buy the car. In the owner's manual, the automaker's own brand of fuel system cleaner is recommended, yet independent studies consistently show these products are among the worst performing mixtures.
DO NOT BUY THIS SERVICE at car dealership or Jiffy Lube as they charge a hundred bucks for what you can easily do yourself by simply buying one of these chemical products seen below for $5 or $10 and pouring it down your gas tank yourself the next time you fill up with gas. I reject Valvoline, STP, Chevron's Techron as Big Oil spawn. What you see below are all independent formulations,
part of my Hubpage on hard-to-find Chemically advanced fuel system cleaners in North America
Bluechem-Canada makes Bluechem group products, including Bluechem Fuel System Cleaner available in North America, alongside Oil System Cleaner and are busy doing demonstrations here showing mechanics and retailers how the EU cleans their car motors,
Last month I got a chance to shoot Ryan Wilford's demo and write about Bluechem oil system cleaner on Digital Journal in a piece about
[IMG]http://www.digitaljournal.com/img/5/1/0 ... -test1.jpg[/IMG] keeping a modern motor vehicle engine clean from the inside out, to maximize performance, get better gas mileage, reduce tailpipe emissions and enjoy a healthy long lasting car engine.