What is the difference between Sea Foam Motor Treatment and Sea Foam Spray [SOLVED]

I’ve been using Sea Foam Motor Treatment for years but I didn’t know about Sea Foam Spray until a car friend told me about it. What’s the difference?


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Jim D.
Jim D.
3 years ago

Great question, Jesse! As you already know, Sea Foam Motor Treatment gets added to a fuel tank or oil crankcase to clean and lubricate critical engine areas. Sea Foam Spray works through a gas engine’s upper air intake to safely clean and lubricate critical upper engine areas where fuel cleaners can’t reach. Sea Foam Spray dissolves harmful deposits and residue buildup from intake runners, intake valves, and combustion chamber areas. This spray treatment is especially critical for modern Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engines where fuel cleaners can’t reach.

Just like Sea Foam Motor Treatment, Sea Foam Spray is safe to use in all types of 2- and 4-stroke gasoline engines and does NOT contain harsh chemicals that will harm your engine! Using Sea Foam Motor Treatment in the fuel and oil while additionally using Sea Foam Spray in the air intake is a great way to keep your engine running clean!