Bar’s Leaks Offers New Oil Burn Fix

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March 21, 2016—Bar’s Leaks now offers products intended to help stop engines from burning oil from valve seals that have shrunk, hardened or cracked due to engine heat, age, high mileage or inactivity during storage. 

“Many people are mystified when their vehicles burn up to one quart of oil per day, but there’s no evidence of a leak on the ground,” says Clay Parks, vice president of development for Bar’s Leaks. “In cases like these, the extra oil is leaking past the valve seals and burning in the combustion chamber. That can damage the vehicle’s oxygen sensor and catalytic converter. Bar’s Leaks Valve Seal Oil Consumption Repair restores worn seals quickly and easily, saving your customers from $500 to $1,500 or more on emissions repairs.”

One 16.9 ounce bottle of Valve Seal Oil Consumption Repair treats four and a half to seven quarts of oil, and is simply added into the vehicle’s existing oil. It can be used with both diesel and gasoline engines using a variety of grades of oil. After adding it to the oil, Valve Seal Oil Consumption Repair should start working within 15 minutes of driving or idling the vehicle. It contains a valve seal additive that should restore the valve seat size, flexibility and elasticity. 

Bar’s Leaks will refund the purchase price or send a replacement product if oil consumption recurs while Valve Seal Oil Consumption Repair is in the engine. 

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