Cataclean 120009CAT Cataclean Complete Engine Cleaner
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Patented & EPA Approved Complete Engine, Fuel and Exhaust System Cleaner Reduces Emissions an Improves Overall Engine Performance
- EPA Approved
- Easy to use - simply pop, pour and go
- 5L Fleet/Industrial package
- Safe for gasoline, diesel and hybrid vehicles
- Does not alter fuel composition and is safe for gasoline, diesel & hybrid engines
- Restores, maintains & helps protect the catalytic converter, oxygen sensors, fuel injectors, cylinder heads and DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter)
- Lowers total hydrocarbon emissions by up to 50%
- Reduces harmful carbon build-up on oxygen sensors
- Improves fuel efficiency
- Restores engine performance
- Legal in all 50 states
- Patented formula
Recommended ratio for each CATACLEAN® treatment is 1 part CATACLEAN® to 30 parts fuel. For optimum results this ratio should be applied to 1/4 tank of fuel. Example: For a 30 gallon tank, apply 1 quart of CATACLEAN® to 8 gallons of fuel. Drive normally for 15 minutes.
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