What's ya'll Opinion of "Berryman B-12 CHEMTOOL"?

platefire

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Regarding Lawn mowers and two cycle chainsaws, weed eaters and etc, I've found if the engine is running
rough or just barely running, you can mix a little of this in with the fuel and run it a while and many times it
will straighten right out and run normal. It mostly works good for a carburetor that's got a little trash in it. It
don't always work but it's worth a try before you tear it down

https://www.berrymanproducts.com/pr...-carburetor-fuel-system-and-injector-cleaner/
 
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In the early 1970's i removed the lifters from a pickup truck . I would still be working on that if not for Berryman Chemtool .
 

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I grew up in a Seafoam family, my Dad swore by it.. That was over 60 + years ago

I used it in a gummed up 3/8" butterfly air ratchet, it got it running smooth as silk again..
 

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Regarding Lawn mowers and two cycle chainsaws, weed eaters and etc, I've found if the engine is running
rough or just barely running, you can mix a little of this in with the fuel and run it a while and many times it
will straighten right out and run normal. It mostly works good for a carburetor that's got a little trash in it. It
don't always work but it's worth a try before you tear it down

https://www.berrymanproducts.com/pr...-carburetor-fuel-system-and-injector-cleaner/


Berryman’s, Seafoam, etc. limited success helping any engine problems. Usually a good carburetor cleaning gets it running right.
 

platefire

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Thanks for all of your comments!!! That's what I wanted to hear from as your experience and opinion regarding this.

Well I agree! There is nothing like tearing down a carburetor or whatever is ailing and properly clean/repair to get things working right.

I guess where I'm coming from is once I start mowing I want to get r dun and not spend a lot of time working on
my mower. So I have had this stuff work enough successfully to keep things rolling that I keep it handy as a tool
to try. I've had it work multiple times and the issue not re-occur any more and on the other hand I have had multiple
times, it did nothing. So for me it's just a tool to try when your limited on time
 

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