Guest post from my husband, James Harris.
You know how, when you're a kid, you follow your father around and do what he does? That's how my love for motors started. My dad tinkered on everything from cars and trucks to lawn mowers and go carts. So I guess it's only natural that I use the same products he does. He was a firm believer in using STP products and I still buy them on a regular basis.
I have bought STP Oil Treatment for years. I had a 1976 Chevy Truck and used STP Oil Treatment for it with the first oil change and put 300,000 miles on it. It never broke down, not even once. I didn't tenderfoot it either.
I saw the STP Multipurpose Motor Treatment and knew it had to be a good product. It is made by STP after all. What I like about it is that you can use it on your small machinery too to keep the motors ready when they sit, waiting for the next season. I have a weed eater and a old chainsaw so I just used it in them. Granted, I haven't had to use the weed eater much lately because of the drought in Texas but if we get rain this winter I might have to.
It comes in a 16oz container and you only use .75 oz per gallon so if you are keeping up a weed eater it will go a long way.
I sent my wife out to get this the other day, on Black Friday and she got the wrong thing, the oil treatment (which she has seen me buy on a regular basis) so I used it in my Chevy Suburban too. So my 'Burby' should be feeling good right about now.
I can't say enough good things about STP treatments. No, it doesn't solve cancer but it will sure save you grief associated with your vehicle...at least it has saved me.
Right now STP is offering a coupon when you 'Like' then on Facebook. The link is https://www.facebook.com/STP and don't forget to look them up on Twitter here.
Take a look at the Google+ Shopping trip my wife and I (separately) went on. I understand why she got the wrong thing. It was Black Friday after all.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias #CBias but all the opinions were my own...and some from my wife too.