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Slick-50 Engine Treatment 750ml £13.97 @ Amazon Prime / £18.46 Non Prime
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Slick-50 Engine Treatment 750ml £13.97 @ Amazon Prime / £18.46 Non Prime

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Posted 16th Jun

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These are cheaper than the smaller 500ml bottle's, a 3rd party seller also has them listed for £13.00 with free delivery, however the sellers feedbacks are not great, so I would rather spend the extra and with amazon.
As per the product, the reviews speak for themselves, excellent product, does what it says on the tin.
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Snake oil.

Find any manufacturer that recommends this.

It "magically" finds areas that are worn and protects them. Yeah, cos physics doesn't apply.

An oil change would do you more good than this.
I wouldn't advise using this in any part of your engine or gearbox. PTFE was never designed by Du Pont for the automotive indestry. Check out the law suits against Slick5@.
This will ruin your engine in the long run.
Its know where near as good as Regular oil
If you care for your car this much... Just change your oil, use quality oil and change as required!.
Each to their own, I have used this for over 10 year's on a high mileage BMW and car's prior, I still get compliments from mechanics on how quiet my engine is for it's age.
Used it for years on an 81 Mini clubman...ran like a dream and dear/dare I say quieter and smoother .
Edited by: "Supanotts1862" 16th Jun
Supanotts186216/06/2020 15:51

Used it for years on an 81 Mini clubman...ran like a dream and dear I say …Used it for years on an 81 Mini clubman...ran like a dream and dear I say quieter and smoother .


I dare you to call me dear again!
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 16th Jun
Wrecked my engine this stuff
I've never used it but people should be aware this is the semi synth/mineral version.
This goes hand in hand with a Peco Big Bore Four!
From all the negative press over the decades I've avoided it. I use a good quality oil.
If the book says every 7-10,000 mile I change at 5k.
rauca16/06/2020 17:04

This goes hand in hand with a Peco Big Bore Four!From all the negative …This goes hand in hand with a Peco Big Bore Four!From all the negative press over the decades I've avoided it. I use a good quality oil.If the book says every 7-10,000 mile I change at 5k.


I only use a full synthetic or an ester oils in my cars. Both mine are running on Miller's triple ester 10-40 and 10-50. The Mrs Honda CRV is on Motul 5- 30. I change the diesel engine oils ever 5-6k and the petrol every 7-8k.


Use quality oils to the manufacturer specs. Change it in good time
TokyoGhoul16/06/2020 17:54

I only use a full synthetic or an ester oils in my cars. Both mine are …I only use a full synthetic or an ester oils in my cars. Both mine are running on Miller's triple ester 10-40 and 10-50. The Mrs Honda CRV is on Motul 5- 30. I change the diesel engine oils ever 5-6k and the petrol every 7-8k.Use quality oils to the manufacturer specs. Change it in good time


I use Gulf Competition 10w60
I follow the science. That's why I'm getting confused lately. Am I meant to inject this with disinfectant?
rauca16/06/2020 18:11

I use Gulf Competition 10w60


Made by Miller's oil
zulfib16/06/2020 18:16

I follow the science. That's why I'm getting confused lately. Am I meant …I follow the science. That's why I'm getting confused lately. Am I meant to inject this with disinfectant?


Yes!!! ENJOY 😃
Edited by: "TokyoGhoul" 16th Jun
Robdaraff16/06/2020 15:06

Snake oil.Find any manufacturer that recommends this. It "magically" finds …Snake oil.Find any manufacturer that recommends this. It "magically" finds areas that are worn and protects them. Yeah, cos physics doesn't apply. An oil change would do you more good than this.


No different from catrol magnatec
Like graphite, molybdenum disulphide & tungsten disulphide, PTFE is a SOLID dry lubricant. These are used quite successfully in all sorts of applications, like washing machines & vacuum cleaners.

However any professional engine oil formulator will avoid these things like the plague! Everything that goes into oil, including all the additives, are LIQUIDS or oil soluble solids. Indeed the additive manufacturers go to great pains to eliminate extraneous solids & minimise the potential for cross-reactions which might result in formation of solids in situ.

All those specs you see on the side of your oil can (eg API SN, ACEA C3, MB 229.5 etc)? I'll bet a penny to a pinch of salt that not once in the entire history of motor oil development, has any spec ever been passed where the oil has contained dry, solid lubricant. That should tell you everything you need to know about SLICK-50.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 17th Jun
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