What is the difference between Sea Foam Motor Treatment and High Mileage? [SOLVED]

So if I always use Sea Foam in all of my cars regardless of mileage, what’s the difference between the regular Sea Foam and Sea Foam High Mileage?  I just added High Mileage to my Subaru with 151,000 miles.

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Jim D.
Jim D.
3 years ago

Thanks for the question James. Even though both products are very similar, High Mileage’s cleaning formulation is more suited to handle heavier/stubborn fuel and oil residue/deposit buildup in higher mileage gas engines. The cleaning and lubrication blend was developed to help everyone keep their gas engines running cleaner and longer… And thanks for giving High Mileage a try – you will like it!

Anthony
Anthony
7 months ago

Jim, given that the high milage formulation is more suited to handle heavier/stubborn fuel and oil residue I imagine it is stronger. Is there any increased risk in using that in an older higher milage car, 2007, with the assumption that the plastic part/gaskets are older and may not be able to handle a stronger product?

Conner Kranz
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Conner Kranz
7 months ago
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Good question, Anthony. High Mileage is very safe for plastic parts/gaskets. There’s no risk in an older vehicle. Hope that helps!