Preventing Cylinder Damage During Storage

Some of the biggest problems that plague small engines come from long periods of unuse. As winter approaches and seasonal equipment is put away, it’s important to follow a few steps to keep small engines in good shape for next year. Most important is to prevent fuel degradation in tanks and passageways through the use…

How Does Sea Foam Work in Fuel?

A clean fuel system is essential for any internal combustion engine to run properly. Gasoline degrades over time, becoming unstable, less volatile and leaving behind sticky varnish deposits. Those deposits can clog passageways — tiny jets in carburetors or fuel injectors in modern vehicles.   Fuel problems will show up most frequently in vehicles and equipment…

How Often to Add Sea Foam to Fuel

Our customers frequently reach out to our experts with questions about how often they should add Sea Foam Motor Treatment to their fuel tank. The first thing you should know is that fuel degrades quickly. Each day that unused fuel sits in your engine means more evaporation of ignition vapors and development of harmful deposits….