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Power Service "Clear Diesel"

What is this stuff? Just saw it for the first time, the bottle is shy to give much detail other than it's a water remover. Does it have any other benefits like it's white and grey brothers or just as an emergency fix for contaminated fuel?
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Re: Power Service "Clear Diesel"

looks like a fair product for people filling up out of questionable pumps/tanks! that & old tractor tanks! after you posted, i wanted to know if it boosts cetane, but i can't find anything like that on it


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Re: Power Service "Clear Diesel"

Like I said, the bottle and even their website is shy to say much about it. I guess it's only function is as a dehydrator. I never saw it before, I'm guessing it's new.
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Re: Power Service "Clear Diesel"

Andy, is the bottle white and instructions explain how the product is to clean tanks? I tried searching for reviews/feedback on the use but could not find any real data. Was considering myabe using for PM to "clean" out my fuel tank, but a little hesitant with limited results information.

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Re: Power Service "Clear Diesel"

lol same here, i'd like to dump it in some aux tanks. guess it couldn't hurt?


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Re: Power Service "Clear Diesel"

Used this in a few aux tanks. Works pretty well. Put it in my truck as well.
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