Do you have a car? That’s almost a silly question to ask these days since people start driving when they’re 15 or 16 years old. Many people drive to school, many people drive to school and to work after school. Many people can only afford to feed themselves, and their car.
Well, there’s a way to reduce some costs on fuel, and potential engine damage. There are many companies that manufacture engine flush liquids, and oil enhancers. I know of one, but just to make sure I don’t make this sound like I’m trying to sell, I’ll keep the name to myself and will release it to anyone who is interested, and contacts me.
These oils are designed to do something that your regular oil does not do. Some of them serve a purpose to dissolve the carbons and build-ups in your oil pan and flush them right out of your car’s system. Others are designed to lubricate the metal in the engine to reduce friction and maximize efficiency. Here’s something interesting for you: regular oil only lubricates the engine parts enough to withstand about 30 pounds of pressure. Any more than that, and the engine stalls, possibly never to start again.
Here’s the importance of those two key oils: the build-ups in your oil contaminate the oil, therefore contaminating the engine. The more build-ups in the oil, the less lubrication it allows your oil to provide. This is the reason why you need to change your oil every so often. But changing your oil still leaves build-ups in the oil pan and the engine. So your oil change was, to an extent, ineffective. This will dramatically decrease your car’s performance, efficiency, and it will increase emissions. Eventually your engine will wear out because the oil is not performing to the standards that the engine is built for. This is why you might want to add an oil enhancer or a metal conditioner next time you change your oil.
The purpose of a metal conditioner, or an oil enhancer, is to give the oil more lubricating abilities. The more lubrication, the less friction. Try this: rub your palms against one another, while applying some pressure. Increase the vigor with which your rub your palms. Feel anything? Your palms should produce heat, and it should be harder for you to rub your palms as you apply more pressure. Now put a little bit of vegetable oil into your palm, and try the exercise again. See the difference? This is what metal conditioner does to your engine. It gives the oil more lubrication, and lets the engine run with less effort. This gives your car better performance, efficiency, and it reduces emissions! How does it do that? Well, the pistons cope with some friction when functioning. But the less lubrication there is, the less power your engine will have to offer. It will use some of that power to keep the cylinders rotating. The less effort it needs to keep the engine running, the more power you’ll have to play with. And with that, you’ll need less fuel to keep the engine running too! And we can all agree that the less fuel a car uses, the less emissions it produces.
Here’s a tip: Next time you change your oil, try finding an engine flush liquid that will do its thing, and an oil enhancer that will do its thing. Pour some flush liquid into your engine oil and let the car run on idle for about ten minutes. Then flush the oil, add new oil, and to that oil, add a specific amount of metal conditioner that will add more lubrication to the engine.