Sea Foam Official video: Outboard cleaning and storage, ‘Can and Hose’ method

‘Can & Hose’ to the rescue!  Using the ‘Can & Hose’ method is an easy and cost-effective way to deliver a high cleaning concentration of Sea Foam Motor Treatment to an outboard’s intake and upper engine areas.  It works fast and effective to: clean hydrocarbon residues from fuel injector passageways and carburetor circuits (needles, jets,…

Sea Foam Official Video: How to clean a boat engine’s top end with Sea Foam Motor Treatment – filter change method

Brian from Sea Foam shows how to clean the top end of a boat engine and replace the fuel filter at the same time. Most marine engine manufacturers recommend replacing fuel filters every year.  Here’s a way to replace those new filters with a twist: Before attaching the new filter, pour Sea Foam into the filter to…

Sea Foam Official Video: How often should I add Sea Foam to fuel?

Brian from Sea Foam Official explains that How Often we add Sea Foam to our fuel tanks depends on the freshness of fuel. Engines we use daily have different treatment requirements than engines used weekly or monthly. Video Features: fresh fuel replenishment why our boat and other engines are different than our ‘daily drivers’ (cars…

Sea Foam Official Video: How much Sea Foam should I add to fuel?

Brian from Sea Foam Official explains the difference between adding Sea Foam Motor Treatment for maintenance and cleaning, then shows how to apply. Video Features: Explains the difference between maintenance and cleaning dosages, Stabilize fuel, Clean deposits, Moisture control, and Lubricating upper cylinders Remember: Engines that Start Easier, Run Cleaner, and Rum Smoother will Last…

Sea Foam Official Video: What is a Fuel System?

Watch this video to gain a basic understanding of how our engine fuel systems work. From tank to tailpipe, see how fuel moves through an engine and how harmful fuel residues and deposits can affect engine function. Video Features: Fuel tank Fuel line Fuel Injectors Carburetors Valves Pistons and Chambers Exhaust Converters Gum Varnish Carbon Corrosion Remember:…

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