Few automotive fixes are as easy as using fuel injector cleaner! In most cases, all it takes is one bottle of Rislone Fuel System Treatment to remove buildup and deposits from your injectors and get them running right.
You will notice an improvement in performance, power, fuel economy and emissions right away and can help avoid further buildup and fuel injector problems by using a bottle every 3,000-5,000 miles. It really is that easy to clean your fuel injectors.
Let Rislone Do the Work
While there are ways to remove, inspect and disassemble your fuel injectors, it’s not a job you want to tackle if you don’t have an experience. Modern fuel injectors are complex and expensive, meaning a small slip-up cleaning them, and you have to buy a new one. While you have no choice but to repair or replace a broken fuel injector, often the case of engine problems can be cured with a bottle of Rislone.
For nearly 100 years, we have been helping motorists get the most out of their vehicles. Our advanced formulations are designed for gas or diesel engines. Simply choose the right product for your engine:
The cleaners in our products not only remove existing deposits, but they also help keep them from building up again. Sluggish performance and poor gas mileage will vanish with the first application!
Follow the Instructions
It’s easy to install Rislone. Follow the simple instructions on the bottle, taking care to respect the fuel level requirements. There is nothing else to do. Drive your vehicle as you always do and let the product treat and enhance your fuel system and injectors. Our formulas remove deposits and help them burn off through the normal combustion process. It couldn’t be easier to restore the power and fuel economy of your engine.
To find a store nearby that carries Rislone, put your zip code into our online store locator. You can also contact us if you have any questions or would like to know more about our range of fuel system products. Our tech team is staffed by real humans, located just an hour outside of Detroit, aka The Motor City.