PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA -- Something was wrong with my car and I found out by asking a friend of mine who is a mechanic that I had a blown head gasket. I know such a problem like this should be figured out in an instant, but I am not a car guy. In fact, I know absolutely nothing about cars other than they have four wheels! Anyway, my friend who is a mechanic recommended Steel Seal. Of course I decided to give it a try because the sealant would be a lot cheaper than having the entire thing replaced.
At first I was hesitant about trying the product by after speaking with a company representative, I was more optimistic about my experience. Plus, the man even said he would give me a full refund if the product didn't work. With that promise in mind, I had my friend apply the sealant. I am happy to say the product fixed the head gasket and my car runs perfectly fine. I called the company back to tell them about my experience.
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA -- I confirmed that I had blown head gasket. I know it is lots of money to repair so I thought I'd give this product a try. I followed instructions to T. The first time is work some but didn't total seal it, I called the company and they did send a second dose. I again did as instructions said. It did work I was amazed but... in couple months it failed. It does not hold. Lifetime warranty only means one replacement not lifetime of car. So the word lifetime is a bit of a misleading word. So do I recommend this? Well maybe for a short fix till you get rid of car but permanent fix, NO!!!! This it is not.
I put Steel Seal in my BMW and the car now runs perfectly. Before Steel Seal car would idle rough and not only blow smoke but water out the tail pipe. After adding Steel Seal and letting car cool, I had to drive car at highway speed for 5 miles before smoke stopped. No smoke now, car runs smooth and strong, heat is excellent. I cannot believe this stuff works. If you have a problem call technical support, they will help.
For instance, they will tell you how to deal with something that is plugged up. One suggestion is to add a bottle of draino, run the car 5 minutes, then flush everything out. The idea is to not use acid, use sodium hydroxide which will not harm metal or rubber. Technical support told me to run the car at highway speed.