How much Sea Foam is in each bottle [SOLVED]

I used a gallon can of Sea Foam to 16 oz bottle, then I weighed it to find that it’s 14.85 oz.
Is the company using the weight of the can to come up with the “contents 16 oz”?

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Jim D.
Jim D.
3 years ago

Thanks for the question Dan. Sea Foam Motor Treatment is a fluid, so the contents are represented in units of volume, not weight. A fluid ounce of Sea Foam does not weigh one ounce. It’s also important to understand that different fluids do not weigh the same by volume. For example, water is denser and heavier than Sea Foam. Even though 16 fluid ounces of water and Sea Foam are equal in volume, 16 fluid ounces of water weighs more. Hope this helps!

Lazer D21
Lazer D21
3 months ago

Not helpful Jim D. If you could give a fl oz to oz conversion for seafoam and seafoam high mileage that would be a lot more helpful than an simple volume density definition.

What is the volume density of seafoam and seafoam high mileage compare to water. What would the equation be? That would be a lot more helpful.

Conner Kranz
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Conner Kranz
3 months ago
Reply to  Lazer D21

For what it’s worth, the relative density of Sea Foam Motor Treatment is 0.819.

Lazer D21
Lazer D21
2 months ago

Conner, that is actually it’s worth in weight of seafoam and 87 Regular. So I’ll take it.