Force does work and I have used it since it became available BUT you have to use it the right way. To begin, add 5 ounces to your gas tank to clean out the system. After that ONLY use 1 ounce per gallon, don't add any more or you're wasting it. When changing your oil, add 1 ounce per quart to the crankcase. I went from 17MPG to 22 MPG city driving and over 35MPG highway driving, and that's in a 2000 Buick LeSabre Limited with a V-6 engine. With gas prices as high as they are, it is well worth the investment.Yeah, I noticed that too. It is a very sketchy sort of deal.
My wife works in advertising and she got an email from one of her old advertising friends from Cincinnati about how the stuff is "big deal". Here is what she wrote,
"Have you heard about this yet in Lexington? All of a sudden big deal here. I am being approached but not sure what to make of it all. Heard Lexington and Louisville people are jumping on board."
Really sounds like Amway now, doesn't it? I think the best advise for her would be, let it be. If it takes off, so be it. Doubtful it will.
Thanks for your opinions guys.