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toothpaste whitens too much; that your hand soap gets too much dirt off your
hands; that your greasy pots and pans clean up too quickly.
If you have an engine that has used some type of
gasoline fuel or gasoline-oil fuel then the engine
will have substantial deposits throughout, and
you will have to have it serviced. You will have to
change filters, spark plugs, anything and everything that comes in contact with the burned fuel
deposits. Through the life of the engine and the
device that the engine powers, you will have to do
this, maybe multiple times.
Gasoline damages engines
The good news is that once you have had this
service completed ethanol-gasoline fuels will keep your engine clean longer and
better than any non-ethanol gasoline with detergent. Mercury Marine, the
world's largest manufacturer of boat engines agrees with this. You can listen to
their entire Ethanol Seminar webcast by CLICKING HERE.
So, if petroleum oil products, like gasoline and diesel, are the cause of the
buildup of all the engine "ash," or engine "plaque," then why do some people
and organizations claim that ethanol is the cause of the problem?
Well, you could say it's a lie to blame ethanol. In fact, I will say it: It's a lie.
You saw the video demonstration above, you read the quotes from the GasBuddy.com article, and if you have just the most rudimentary knowledge of internal combustion engines then you know that what I've written is true. Then
why don't people who are supposed to be experts in automotive care not know
this very rudimentary information? Shouldn't they be embarrassed to show their
faces in public?
...Special Update Coming Up...
DOES ETHANOL DAMAGE RUBBER PARTS AND METAL COMPONENTS?
Automobile and engine parts break. They wear down. They corrode. It's what
they do; it's what they've done since movable devices were invented. Human
parts do the same, by the way. The auto parts and engine repair industries