Is it OK to put seafoam in your oil?
Sea Foam can be added to your engine oil as often as every oil change interval – just pour into your engine’s oil filler neck.
For routine crankcase cleaning, add Sea Foam to your engine’s oil (into the oil filler neck) 100 to 300 drive miles before a scheduled oil and filter change..
Should I use seafoam before or after oil change?
I can run Sea Foam in the crankcase along with my oil at all times or just as a cleaner prior to changing the oil. Answer: It says right on the bottle, you can add it in the crankcase 100-300 miles right BEFORE oil change.
How long should I leave seafoam in my oil?
Though Sea Foam can be added at any time between oil change intervals, we recommend adding Sea Foam to an oil crankcase 100 to 300 drive miles before changing oil and filter.
Is seafoam safe for your engine?
Made from petroleum ingredients, Sea Foam is safe and effective when used in all types of gasoline or diesel fuels and fuel blends. Sea Foam does NOT contain harsh detergent or abrasive chemicals that can harm your engine or fuel system components.
Why SeaFoam is bad?
Seafoam in your crankcase is bad because when you pour it in with your oil it not only thins out your oil so it no longer has the same protecting properties it had before you poor the seafoam in it also loosens a large amount of gunk at one time and can clog your oil pick up causing the engine to be starved of oil it …
Does SeaFoam ruin spark plugs?
You’ll be ok. The plugs will clear themselves out with a good hard run after you use the cleaner. Also a good hard run will help burn and loosen any remaining carbon. Yeah, it will PROLONG the life of your spark plugs.