Can be applied to a number of different types of engines, including ones found on smaller appliances like lawnmowers. Fast-acting to quickly get the engine up and running in no time. Freshens stale gas. Great for starting engines coming out of long periods of storage.
Can run a little thin when first using the can.
Easy to spray directly onto engine parts without leaving a sticky residue behind. Can be used on a variety of engines including diesels. Will spray without much effort when starting off. Good to use on a regular basis.
Doesn't come with nozzle attachments for small areas of the engine like a spark plug.
Uses a concentrated starter formula that helps remove rust and debris buildup in hard-to-reach engine spots. Can be used in either gasoline or diesel engines in a variety of weather, including temperatures down to -65°F.
Doesn't come in a smaller can for quick emergencies.
Handles tougher, more stubborn engines than other budget options. Starts engines in even the hottest or coldest weather conditions. Prevents corrosion. Large can lasts a long time, but is still easy to store.
Better premium engine starter fluids out there.
Works for most two and four-cycle combustion engines. Uses a special formula to help start smaller engines with more delicate components. Will help remove corrosion and debris from sensitive parts in a small engine.
Doesn't perform well on larger car and truck engines.
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