Stop Smoke

Stop Smoke

Nulon Engine Stop Smoke uses hi-tech, long-chain polymer technology to stop blue exhaust smoke. When an engine uses oil or blows blue smoke constantly, it indicates excessive piston and ring wear. This extra thick formula stops oil leaking past piston rings and valve guides, reducing oil burning and exhaust smoke. Ideal for all petrol, diesel and LPG engines that blow blue exhaust smoke due to oil burning.

Benefits

  • Reduces exhaust smoke
  • Reduces oil loss & oil burning
  • Reduces spark plug fouling
  • Boosts oil pressure
  • Boosts cylinder compression
  • Quietens engine noise

Add contents to engine oil when engine is at normal operating temperature. Can be added at any time or use each oil change. For 4 cylinder engines, use ½ bottle. For 6 and 8 cylinder engines, use full bottle.

NOTE: If exhaust smoke continues after treatment, it indicates excessive engine wear or previous engine damage has occurred. Seek mechanical advice.

TIP: To reduce blue smoke at start-up or when decelerating, use Nulon Engine Stop Leak.

WARNING: Do not exceed 10% treatment level in sump oil, i.e. for 4 litre sump capacity use maximum 400 ml of product.

For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (Phone e.g. Australia 131 126; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor (at once).

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if I add the engine additive to my fuel tank by mistake?

4 years ago

Most Nulon engine additives will dilute with fuel, it is suggested to fill tank ASAP to dilute the product. Stop Smoke may block fuel pump pick-ups, if this product is accidently added to the fuel tank we suggest draining the fuel tank.

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My car uses a lot of oil and blows smoke constantly. What can I do?

4 years ago

When an engine uses oil and blows blue smoke constantly, it indicates excessive piston or ring wear. Stop Smoke can reduce the amount of oil that passes worn rings and causes exhaust smoke.

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Do I add Nulon Engine Treatments to my old engine oil or new engine oil

4 years ago

Nulon ani-wear Engine Treatments based on PTFE can be added to engine oil at any time but are best added to new engine oil after an oil change. Please follow directions of use for the Nulon Engine Treatment products to ensure your engine receivesthe best possible protection from wear and friction.

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Do engine treatments extend the life of my oil?

4 years ago

No, oil changes should still occur at the intervals set by the vehicle manufacturer.

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If I use two bottles will it work faster or give a better result ?

4 years ago

No, all engine treatment products should only be used as per dosage recommendations as per directions. We would also recommend to not use more than one additive in an engine at one time.

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Do engine treatments affect synthetic oils ?

4 years ago

No, all Nulon engine treatments are compatable with synthetic and mineral oils

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Can I add more than one Nulon product to my engine?

4 years ago

It is recommended to only use one Nulon engine product at each oil change.

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My engine is using a lot of oil, should I run a thicker oil to reduce this consumption?

4 years ago

Running a very thick oil can sometimes cause issues in modern engines. An area that is often overlooked when oil comsumption is a problem is hardened valve stem seals. Oil will bypass hardened seals and allow oil into the combustion chamber via the valve stems. Consumption as high as one litre per thousand kms can be caused by valve stem seal leakage. Nulon Engine Stop Leak can rejuvenate hardened valve stem seals and should be used before moving to a thicker engine oil.

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What if I accidently place a fuel treatment in my engine oil?

4 years ago

It will dilute the engine oil, effecting its viscosity and ability to protect vital components. We recommend replacing engine oil and filter before driving.

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How often should I use Nulon engine treatments ?

4 years ago

Worn Engine Repair,Modern Engine Treatment and Passenger Car Diesel Engine Treatment are recommended at each oil change. For extra protection use Pro-Strength Extreme Performance Engine Treatment (petrol) and Pro-Strength Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Treatment (diesel)

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Does Nulon have an engine treatment to stop oil leaking from my engine ?

4 years ago

Yes, Nulon engine treatments (Worn Engine Repair,Modern Engine Treatment ,Pro-Strength Extreme Performance Engine Treatment,Passenger Car Diesel Engine Treatment, Pro-Strength Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Treatment etc) will reduce cylinder blowby and reduce crankcase pressures. Engine Stop Leak will also rejuvinate hardened oil seals

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What Nulon engine treatment suits my vehicle ?

4 years ago

This depends to the fuel type (petrol or diesel) and also the age and mileage on the vehicle. Worn Engine Repair for high mileage engines with some wear, Modern Engine Treatment for engines in good condition, Pro-Strength Extreme Performance Engine Treatment as a long term treatment. Small capacity diesel engines should use Passenger Car Diesel Engine Treatment, while for larger diesel engines use Pro-Strength Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Treatment.

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