Stop Smoking with Rislone Ring Seal, Now in a Bigger Bottle

Stop Smoking with Rislone Ring Seal, Now in a Bigger Bottle

When it comes to stopping a vehicle from smoking, Rislone Ring Seal works better than any nicotine gum or patch. Now this proven product is available in a new, larger bottle with updated labels.

When it comes to stopping a vehicle from smoking, Rislone Ring Seal works better than any nicotine gum or patch. Now this proven product is available in a new, larger bottle with updated labels.

“For years, vehicle owners have relied on Rislone Ring Seal to stop exhaust smoke, reduce oil burning and seal worn pistons and rings,” said Clay Parks, vice president of marketing and development for Bar’s Products. “To keep the product current, we’ve upgraded its packaging. Instead of 15 oz., each bottle now holds 16 oz., to work better with today’s lighter oils. We also changed the shape of the bottle and the design of its labels to enhance its shelf appeal.”

The new bottle is black plastic with the Rislone logo molded in the handle. Front and back labels feature the new Rislone logo. Directions, product uses and warnings are printed in English and Spanish.

Rislone Ring Seal contains high-shear polymers which increase oil viscosity to provide a seal for worn pistons and rings to prevent “blow-by.” Blow-by is usually caused by gaps in internal engine parts resulting from excessive wear. A special detergent in the Rislone formulation also helps free sticky rings. Additionally, the product cushions and coats engine parts to quiet noisy lifters.

Rislone Ring Seal can be added to engine oil at any time. It works with conventional, high-mileage and synthetic engine oil in any gasoline or diesel engine. A single bottle treats four to six quarts of oil. Add at every oil change or every 2,000 miles.

Rislone Ring Seal’s new product number is 4416. It also replaces Bar’s Leaks regular Smoke Away, part number 1016. Rislone Ring Seal is available to distribution in cases of six. It is made in the U.S.A.

For more information about Rislone Ring Seal or any other Rislone or Bar’s Leaks products, visit www.rislone.com or www.barsproducts.com, call (800) 521-7475 or e-mail [email protected].

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