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STARFIRE Extends Line Of Pour Chemicals With 5 New Launches

The company says the additions reinforce the brand’s commitment to meeting the needs of service providers with proven products that maximize efficiency and performance to deliver better gas mileage and longer engine life to drivers.

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STARFIRE is extending its line of automotive additives with the launch of five new products this fall. The company says the additions reinforce the brand’s commitment to meeting the needs of service providers with proven products that maximize efficiency and performance to deliver better gas mileage and longer engine life to drivers.

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  • STARFIRE Fuel Injector & Carb Cleaner uses the latest technology in gasoline detergency to clean and lubricate fuel injectors and carburetors and restore fuel flow and performance.
  • STARFIRE Gas Treatment is a special blend of powerful cleaners to clean the entire fuel system from gum, varnish and deposits. This alcohol-free cleaner will not harm catalytic converters or oxygen sensors and works with both fuel injectors and carburetors.
  • STARFIRE Motor Flush removes sludge, gum and varnish from engines to improve oil flow.
  • STARFIRE Octane Booster restores lost power, reduces hesitation and stalling and prevents difficult starting.
  • STARFIRE Oil Treatment is an advanced formula that creates a protective barrier against friction and heat to extend engine life.

All STARFIRE lubricants and additives meet or exceed manufacturer requirements. For bulk orders or technical specifications, or to locate a distributor in your area, call 888-258-8723 or visit starfire1.com/contact.php.

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