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STP Engine Flush 450ml for Petrol and Diesel vehicles £1.67 (with code) free C+C @ Euro Car Parts
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STP Engine Flush 450ml for Petrol and Diesel vehicles £1.67 (with code) free C+C @ Euro Car Parts

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3387819-rdwg9.jpgSTP Engine Flush 450ml for Petrol and Diesel vehiclesEven quality motor oils can form acids due to combustion by-products, high temperatures and oxidation. Grit and sludge-forming acid residue can remain in the crankcase even after draining the engine oil and replacing the filter. This contaminated residue can affect the lubrication life and engine protection of the new oil.

Adding STP engine flush directly to the used motor oil prior to draining helps neutralise engine acids while it works to loosen and remove sludge, varnish and gum deposits that ordinary draining leaves behind. STP engine flush contains an anti-wear additives to help protect engine surfaces during cleaning.

To properly clean and protect your petrol or diesel engine:Use STP Engine Flush with every oil change. Compatible with single multi-grade mineral or synthetic oilsSuitable for use in Petrol and Diesel vehicles
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666FU13/01/2020 21:22

Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish …Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish and gum deposits" may be the only thing preventing an even bigger problem.


A guy at work used engine flush once. Ten years later, BAM. Herpes
Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish and gum deposits" may be the only thing preventing an even bigger problem.
Personally I would save your money. If you're really concerned then do an oil change more frequently and/or spend on better quality oil and filter.
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Cheapest I have even seen!
HUKDAddict13/01/2020 21:11

Cheapest I have even seen!


Had a look about, seems to go for around £4.. so I'd say £1.67 is a snip!
Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish and gum deposits" may be the only thing preventing an even bigger problem.
666FU13/01/2020 21:22

Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish …Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish and gum deposits" may be the only thing preventing an even bigger problem.


Sometimes ... Yes, but probably for older engines.
666FU13/01/2020 21:22

Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish …Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish and gum deposits" may be the only thing preventing an even bigger problem.


A guy at work used engine flush once. Ten years later, BAM. Herpes
Personally I would save your money. If you're really concerned then do an oil change more frequently and/or spend on better quality oil and filter.
PureB14/01/2020 00:33

A guy at work used engine flush once. Ten years later, BAM. Herpes


That can happens when you don't keep your dip stick clean.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 14th Jan
Gimmick.
PureB14/01/2020 00:33

A guy at work used engine flush once. Ten years later, BAM. Herpes


Poor fella! a bit of all season screen wash should clear that up!
Only use this crap if you use it every service from newish. Tbh though, your car will run just fine with normal frequent oil changes and services etc.. Not much point wasting money on an engine when it'll probably be scrap before the engine gives up.
666FU13/01/2020 21:22

Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish …Do some research before using this type of product! Those "sludge, varnish and gum deposits" may be the only thing preventing an even bigger problem.


It's not so much the flush that can cause problems, but the residue that's left behind after, and stays in the engine and continues to strip deposits from seals until you change your oil again. I personally recommend running some cheaper oil in your engine after using flushing fluid for half hour or so, and then draining that too before putting your normal oil back in. Bit of a faff, but worth it unless your engine already leaks oil to begin with - in which case I wouldn't recommend flushing in the first place. The problem with these products is people using them when they already have a leak, and then a small issue turns into a big one. I've personally never had a problem with flush on any car and I think it's a good idea to use if you know your oil consumption to begin with.
Edited by: "Dekard97" 14th Jan
TWD14/01/2020 01:00

Personally I would save your money. If you're really concerned then do an …Personally I would save your money. If you're really concerned then do an oil change more frequently and/or spend on better quality oil and filter.


There is that but if it's a new car to you it can be worth using one before flushing the remnants out with a cheap oil for a few days then finally using a quality oil. This procedure stopped the tappet noise on my '92 Eunos Roadster and they're notorious for it
Dekard9714/01/2020 10:46

It's not so much the flush that can cause problems, but the residue that's …It's not so much the flush that can cause problems, but the residue that's left behind after, and stays in the engine and continues to strip deposits from seals until you change your oil again. I personally recommend running some cheaper oil in your engine after using flushing fluid for half hour or so, and then draining that too before putting your normal oil back in. Bit of a faff, but worth it unless your engine already leaks oil to begin with - in which case I wouldn't recommend flushing in the first place. The problem with these products is people using them when they already have a leak, and then a small issue turns into a big one. I've personally never had a problem with flush on any car and I think it's a good idea to use if you know your oil consumption to begin with.


Absolutely, it's not like it's xylene! A good flush afterwards with a cheap oil gives it a further clean too. I flushed the EJ20H in my Legacy then flushed for a fortnight of very short journeys with cheapish oil and finished off with Fuchs CFS and its a VERY smooth runner now, just suspected sticking PCV valves to deal with now but who knows when they were replaced last!
Edited by: "Rhythmeister" 15th Jan
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