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Can this be used in an engine that has antifreeze in the system or just an engine that uses water only. I think Water Wetter is like that , not sure though.
 

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I used Water wetter in a vehicle of tyhe past, the main complaint I had was that the stuff had this weird strong smell that would never go away no matter how much I tried to wash it off. Not sure if this stuff is the same or not?
 

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Anyone tried this stuff?

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If for no reason related to cars, they get my vote for using Propolyene Glycol instead of Ethelyne Glycol. :thinkerg:

From: http://vetmedicine.about.com/od/diseasesandconditions/f/FAQ_antifreeze.htm

"A safer alternative to traditional antifreeze (ethylene glycol) is propylene glycol. Like ethylene glycol, propylene glycol is odorless, but differs in that it is virtually tasteless and does not cause kidney damage. In fact, propylene glycol has been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) as a food additive. It is classified as "generally recognized as safe" for human consumption. To learn more about the safety, uses, and differences of ethylene and propylene glycols, please see the comparison fact sheet from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry - Ethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol. "

I make sure my garage floor is spotless. No oil, anti-freeze, anything. My Scotties are out there all the time Supervising - I don't want them to get sick.

Ken

PS: That's "J.B." in the photo, the Chief Supervisor. He was a car nut, liked rides in the Stang. Passed away on March 10th. :grim:
 

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