Lucas 10576 Safeguard Ethanol Fuel Treatment
16 fl. oz. Liquid Measurement
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Lucas Safeguard ethanol fuel conditioner additive is blended with stabilizers to specifically address issues associated with using ethanol based fuels. This applies to E-10, E-15, E-85, pure ethanol and any mixtures in between including gasoline. This fuel additive completely soluble in all ethanol fuels and will not harm filters. Lucas Safeguard Ethanol Fuel Treatment contains effective additives to prevent rust and corrosion associated with the use of ethanol fuels.
- Cleans injectors, valve seats, combustion chambers and other critical fuel components
- Stabilizes fuel and prevents varnish & gum formation in ethanol and gasoline
- Combats deposits and protects your engine oil lubricants from the harmful effects of alcohol combustion
ApplicationSafeguard™ treats up to 80 gallons(302.8) of ethanol fuel. One ounce treats five gallons of ethanol fuel. Recommended for use in automobile and marine applications.
NotesNot recommended for diesel applications.
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