Why is Antifreeze Delicious?

Answer The reason ethylene glycol tastes sweet is because it reacts in the same way that sugar does on your taste buds. In fact they are similar in chemical shape. I.E. they both have the same function... Read More »

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How to Put Antifreeze in a Car?

Properly formulated antifreeze is essential to protect an engine against temperature extremes and rust corrosion. Antifreeze should be replaced every 12 months to ensure optimal performance. If the... Read More »

How to Neutralize Antifreeze?

Just like you produce sweat to cool down your body, your engine needs antifreeze to lubricate and cool down its most important part, the engine. Most antifreeze products on the market are made from... Read More »

How to Fix Antifreeze Leaks?

Antifreeze, or coolant, leaks are hazardous to your engine's health, causing it to overheat, or worse, if not caught quick enough. Antifreeze leaks primarily come from the radiator or worn-out hose... Read More »

Why Is My Car Leaking Antifreeze?

Cars are not supposed to leak antifreeze, also known as engine coolant. The fluid runs from different parts of the engine to others and is always contained. If you see this greenish fluid on the gr... Read More »