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The Berryman's looks great... until you realize what it's doing to the gloves it will also do to any seals and rubber components in your fuel system. Considering that, I will stick with the Seafoam that does damn near as good, but doesn't melt the seals out of your fuel system on contact.
So which one do you use?
Interesting test. TY for presenting that. It might be even more instructive to repeat this but with the cleaners at the dilution they would be when mixed in with fuel at 1 or 2 oz per gallon rather than at off the shelf strength.
Berrymans has a lot of xylene in it(up to 50%)which is also used as a paint solvent. It can be purchased on it’s own, as I’ve used it to thin the bottom paint for my boat. I wonder if thats what was melting your gloves. Nasty stuff, speaking from experience.
All of these Engine Treatments are some concoction of common solvents used in various industries. They seem to be able to hide what some of them are by claiming Trade Secret in their MSDS. My guess is they are hiding them because they are likely nothing special, and easily replicated. I’ve never been big on additives for fuel, but I have used some Techron, rarely though. My Toyota V6 recommends Premium, which apparently has some additives. How much? Who knows.
I have a 2017 Rav4 that was bucking at times and under powered in Eco mode. I added 1 can of Berryman's to the tank when filling and told my wife to dive it to almost empty. To my surprise the little 2.5L engine came back to life and is running great. I hated using Eco mode because of the lack of power but my wife wants to save fuel but I can know drive in Eco mode with no issues. The Berryman's really does work! I think it was the injectors that didn't have a good spray pattern and this took care of the problem.
just bought the Berrymans and to me it smells just like lacquer thinner.
Only problem is this as what u used are valves. So my choice would be seafoam doe to it being in oil. I want clean with oil not clean and dry crumble.
Started destroying your glove, then you grab the valve with your bare hand. I'd like to hear comments from your fellow students in HS chem class.
My asusual Rodeo has been sitting for 8 months and I'm trying to figure out if I should put Marvel Mystery Oil in the engine at 1 quart and B 12 in the fuel.
Looks like B-12 would be rough on seals and rings. Great video
This is an old video but the one real clean one is very possible to be a fluke Since the other valve looks about the same. I'd have done it over heating element of some sort to simulate a hot engine since these products are most effective and can only really be applied to a warm running engine. If anything I found really informative it would be that they both seemed to clean off fine with a blade to scrape it off. So I would think there might be something to prob cutting up steel wool and just send that right in the air intake. you should be good to go then.
I used seafoam in my oil just before my oil change
Berryman B12 is what I use
The only hold back on the B12 is the way it started breaking down your rubber gloves what would it do to O ring's and other rubber seals. It would be interesting to see some automotive grade O ring's and seal's exposed to the B12 to see the reaction. I know there made from different compounds other than latex gloves.
Lmao @ plAu-vvEctM&t=1m45s 1:45 with the wooden stool slowly creeping into frame and little hands :-) and the @ plAu-vvEctM&t=2m45s 2:45 the little laugh. Cute.
We have been using the B12 and it works great. And at Walmart it’s a bit over $4 bucks Sea Faom is $7 plus
looks like both work..
Do not be fooled by some paid ads. Water will do much better cleaning than Seafoam and it is free. Learn how to do it. It is simple and safe and cost nothing. I have tried it so many times. Other products in the market such as B12 and Marvel Mystery are much cheaper than Seafoam and much more effective. Shop around. Seafoam is much more expensive just to make it look better and fool people
Sea foam is not very good. Berryman’s is better because it has PolyEtherAmine in it. That’s what you need to get rid of carbon deposits.
Until you replicate both products use instructions this test means nothing.