Does SeaFoam really remove carbon?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Frank, Sep 6, 2008.

  1. Frank

    Frank Guest

    Purchased a can the other day and soaked my parts over night to remove
    carbon. Nothing, didn't do a thing, ended up using a wire brush to remove
    the carbon. In all farness I didn't use heat, just room temperature. I see
    application of this stuff to clean out the carbon build-up inside the
    engine, but all I see is bunch of smoke. I see kids use on their hot rods,
    maybe its more for show.
     
    Frank, Sep 6, 2008
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  2. Frank

    Mr. V Guest

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  3. Frank

    Roadie Guest

    I undersand that Seafoam is unexcelled at cleaning out the owners
    wallet.
     
    Roadie, Sep 8, 2008
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  4. Fairy floss should work as well then .Now we have fuels that clean the
    engine and if that is not making you happy try putting a little two stroke
    oil in each cylinder ,removing the coil wire turning the engine over ands
    let it sit overnight .Then the next day or night after connecting the coil
    wire start the engine and get going before the environmental people get you
    ..Even if the clean engine will produce less smoke the inital start up will
    bring out the fire department .So maybe night time and a good run down the
    highway..
     
    John Robertson, Sep 24, 2008
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