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How much Sea Foam

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How much Sea Foam should I use in my boat per gallon? It is a two stroke oil injected motor.

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Whatever the label recommends I would suspect.

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On the back of the can is the word DANGER.

12 lines above that you will find the mixing instructions for two cycle engines.

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I usually just put a quarter of a can in per tank and it's been working well.

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One once per gallon. It is on the back of the can as mentioned above.

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One once per gallon. It is on the back of the can as mentioned above.

Yeah but it says 2 oz for 2 strokes, but I think they may be talking premixed fuel??

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I think it says 1 can treats 6 to 12 gallons of gas/oil mix (about 2 oz. per gallon) use more to clean less to maintain.

I use one once per gallon to maintain/stabalize in everything, 2 and 4 stroke!

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my auto mechanic told me not to use to much to often. i might put like a 1/4 cup in 6 gallons and been doing me good.

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why not use it to often? i would think using it more often would benefit more than anything. all it does is stablize and clean everything out

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in the spring i dump the whole can in the 6 gal tank and mix the oil little rich.. runs great after the first tank of gas!! IMHO it doesn't seem like it does any good if it isn't potent...

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