Synthtic Motor Oils Vs. Mineral?

Answer As of 2010, automobiles use both synthetic and mineral oil. Fully synthetic oils are chemically engineered to exact specifications, while mineral oils are produced through the distilling of crude o... Read More »

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How to Buy Mineral Oils?

Mineral oils are a byproduct from the distillation of petroleum. Mineral oils are extremely versatile. They can be used for a variety of things, including laxatives, finishing and sealing wood (cu... Read More »

How to Mix Synthetic and Mineral Oils?

For many years it was thought that the mixing of synthetic and mineral motor oil would lead to leakage and corrosion problems in vehicles. However, with the upgrade of many materials and additives ... Read More »

Synthetic vs. Mineral Oils for Motorbikes?

Synthetic engine oils first appeared in the engines of aircraft during World War II. Since then, they have become as common for use in motorcycles as conventional mineral oils, and are recommended ... Read More »

Different Motor Oils?

Modern vehicle engines are complicated machines with many moving parts. To keep engines running smoothly, motor oil is used to reduce wear and lower friction. Many different types of motor oil are ... Read More »