Most additives are snake oil and can do more harm than good.Is it safe to use Seafoam gas additive for summer hot weather
conditions? Will it work in the winter to prevent gas “ freeze “
I started using Star Tron at the onset of the pandemic since my vehicles were not getting driven much. Use it for my generator as well. Can’t really say too much, my stored gasoline works as it should so I guess it works as advertised.Take a look at StarTron, top rated fuel additive and fuel stabilizer.
Sounds just like ScottyMost additives are snake oil and can do more harm than good.
Seafoam was sold in the past for two stroke engines like marine engines and lawn mowers where oil and gas are mixed to together. Today they market it, using false claims to keep the product on the shelves.
That said, if looking for a fuel additive to clean injectors, specifically ridding of carbon deposits, you need to look for "P.E.A" (Polyetheramine) as a main ingredient. Chevron & Royal Purple have PEA. Seafoam has none.
If you want to prevent gas freeze at low temperatures, you can then add "gas line antifreeze". Thing is, gas companies that distribute in cold climates, add antifreeze (isopropyl alcohol) to their fuel during the winter months.