Safeguard™ Ethanol Fuel Conditioner With Stabilizers

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Safeguard™ Ethanol Fuel Conditioner With Stabilizers

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Lucas Safeguard™ Ethanol Fuel Conditioner with Stabilizers was developed 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. Our Product is completely soluble in all ethanol fuels and will not harm filters. Lucas Safeguard™ Ethanol Fuel Conditioner with Stabilizers contains effective additives to prevent rust and corrosion associated with the use of ethanol fuels.

Key Benefits

  • 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

NOT RECOMMENDED FOR DIESEL APPLICATIONS


Packaging

  • #10670 - 155ml (Case of 24)
  • #10576 - 473ml (Case of 12)

Safeguard™ treats up to 80 gallons(302.8) of ethanol fuel. One ounce treats five gallons of ethanol fuel. Our new 5.25 oz bottle treats up to 25 gallons (94.6 liters) of ethanol fuel. Recommended for use in automobile and marine applications.

Documentation

Product Spec Sheet Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet

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Karl Thomas uses Lucas Fuel Treatment for 1999 Chevrolet, Astro Van

I have seen your product around for sometime but figured it was nothing more than the stuff you see on T.V., which I have wasted many dollars on. I’ve tried them ALL.

I have a 1999 Chevrolet, Astro Van with 60,000 miles on it and have gotten, almost every time, 16.7 mpg from the get-go. On my last oil change I thought, what the heck, I'll spend the extra $6.95 and see what happens. Well, having 2 cars, I thought I'd just use a half-quart in the Van and wait 1 tank before adding it to the car. Three tanks later on the van I have gotten 19.2 mpg on the highway and 18.8 mpg in the city (lots of stop lights, and 19.2). WOW, a product that does what it says. So it has paid for itself 177 times over? Can that be right? Let's see, 19.06 - 16.7 = 2.5 times 25gal times 3 tanks = 177. Well you get the idea.

Foot Note: The first time I started the van up, the motor sounded healthier. I knew right there I was on to something. It felt like I had invented the wheel. And to think I waited all that time to try LUCAS OIL. I hate to do the math on what I have lost not trying it earlier.

Thanks,

SFC Karl H. Thomas
Bastrop, Texas

Bastrop, Texas

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