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Thread: Water wetter, does it work?

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    Water wetter, does it work?

    Has anybody ever used that water wetter stuff in their cooling system?

    Suppose to lower temps 20 to 30 degrees, just wondering if anybody else had seen that kinda of results or is it just more snake oil.
    Thought I'd ask before I drop $10 on a bottle of it.

    Thx, Cp
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    I bought into the gimmick.....once.

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    I used to run it when I ran gas stuff, actually worked for me only about 10 degrees not 20-30
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    I tried it,.........took some weight off my hip. :shock:
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    I used to run it when I ran gas stuff, actually worked for me only about 10 degrees not 20-30
    x2

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    I agree with Hammer...10 degrees.

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    Water wetter

    I tried it and saw about a 10 degree difference.

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    Does not work and by the way kitchen soap is cheaper if your gonna do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwkracing
    Does not work and by the way kitchen soap is cheaper if your gonna do it
    Yep, all that stuff does, is break the surface tension of water. Soap does this very nicely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcarda
    I agree with Hammer...10 degrees.
    Yep, same here.......


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