I recently bought a 2004 Toyota Solara with the 2.4L engine, which I learned is known for oil consumption due to poor oil ring design. Evidently the oil rings collect goop residue if not maintained properly. Within three months time I have gone through a quart each month. For every 1000 miles driven, I have gone through three quarts of oil. I have watched a few YouTube videos of various products poured in each cylinder. I learned once the oil rings lose their ability to expand and scrape oil off the cylinder walls, oil will bypass and find its way around the two compression rings and will get burned in the cylinder on the intake and compression strokes of the pistons. Will adding this product into the oil crankcase before an oil change help to open the gunk in the oil rings so the oil consumption is reduced? What would you recommend? Can I add more than one ounce per quart of oil capacity? Thanks.