“Thanks for Putting Out a Product That Lives Up to the Hype”

afterWe just got this email testimonial from Gary C. of Livonia, MI about our Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner with UCL, and it’s a one of the best we’ve ever received. Gary writes:


Just wanted to say thanks.  You see, I read a Facebook post back in November or so where someone mentioned the mileage improvement that could be obtained through the use of your Rislone fuel injector cleaner.  I didn’t think much of it, in fact I kind of thought there is no way a little bottle of magic potion can make much of a difference, especially since my Jeep is relatively new.

A little background: I have a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.  It just turned 10,000 miles so still pretty much new.  Of course within a few weeks of purchasing it I had added about 300 pounds and a lot of roll resistance with larger tires, bumpers etc. I started tracking my mileage and it was dismal (all data points were during winter, December to early April):

12.36 mpg, 11.76 mpg, 12.32 mpg, 12.87 mpg, 12.8 mpg

I pretty much do all city driving but this was ridiculous.  So I decided to try your product.  The results were good enough that I felt compelled to write this email.  First tank 13.38 mpg, I’m thinking not bad but is it worth it?  Then:

13.94 mpg, 13.85 mpg, 14.02 mpg 15.14 mpg (drove a little on the expressway)

Other than the last data point it was all city driving. So basically I’m converted, I don’t think I’ll ever stop using this stuff. Thanks for putting out a product that lives up to the hype. 

Side note, now that we are back to summer gas I’m averaging in the mid 16s which puts me within the EPA estimates even after all my mods.  I attached some pics of the Jeep, first one is stock, second one modded but it’s usually cleaner.



Gary attached pictures of his 2012 Jeep, before and after mods. Check out his rig:





Many thanks to Gary for not only sending us his thoughts and pictures, but also conducting an informal study of the effects of Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner with UCL. Cheers!

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