There are so many engine treatments on the market today, it's all but impossible to stand out from the crowd without resorting to dramatic infomercials or paying some high-priced spokesperson to give a convincing testimonial. You may have noticed that we don't do any of those things and yet we've earned worldwide notoriety.
Several years ago, the Guinness Book of World Records chose Tufoil as "The World's Most Efficient Lubricant." To this day, we are the ONLY engine treatment in the Guinness Book. So far, no one has been able to break that record!
Tufoil is "The World's Most Efficient Lubricant." Efficient-running engines use less gas!
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Here's what our Tufoil customers are saying!
- "The Vehicle is supposed to get 32 mpg in city driving. I rarely go below 44 mpg." (Lloyd B., AZ)
- "To my surprise, my gas mileage increased more than 6 mpg (20%) and my engine runs quieter!!" (Thomas T., CT)
- "Today, the combined average is up to 24.03 for the last 1,328 miles. This looks like a 9.82% increase to me!" (Jim R., VA)
- "I was getting 34.5 miles per gallon. Now I get 39 miles per gallon. An improvement of over 13%!" (Bruce M., RI)
- "We bought a Toyota Corolla, and noted that the gas mileage improved from 28 mpg to 33 mpg." (Alan L., HI)
Tufoil was tested by the United States Government at their federal laboratory (The National Bureau of Standards, now known as NIST) and passed with flying colors. NIST determined that Tufoil has a surface friction so low that it makes Tufoil the most slippery substance known to man.
The Canadian Government ran extreme cold weather tests at their laboratory in Kapuskasing. Their findings show that Tufoil boosted cranking speed in both gas and diesel engines nearly 10% in cold weather starting. Their findings also showed a 5% fuel savings.
The Federal Trade Commission has been paying close attention to many of our competitors. As a result, they have issued warnings to many of them for false advertising claims. You can check it out yourself by visiting the FTC website and typing "oil additives" in the search box provided on their website.
Now it's your turn. If you like what you've read so far, check out the details on the most "Frequently Asked Questions" about Tufoil for Engines.
You'll be glad you did.