That's good info. Thanks!
I believe the stuff they're putting in these days is supposed to be environmentally friendly. Don't mix regular antifreeze with the enviro type -- you'll likely get crap precipitating or building up in your cooling system. Not fun. It'll mess up the pump and thermostat, and you'll run hot eventually because of the build up.
I used to package antifreeze and call tell you from experience they're all just about the same. Not ALL, but most. But you can't mix the enviro stuff with the regular stuff... they don't get along very well. Pick a brand and stick with it. If you don't, make absolutely certain you flush your system completely before changing brands or types. And get a name brand -- don't go cheap. We packaged some stuff once that was a blending error. We were going to have to scrap the batch, but someone came in and bought the stuff under their own private label. It had the consistency of snot when it got below 60 degrees. Nasty stuff. And they still sold it.
Here's a thought -- check the label on the enviro stuff... it likely has propylene glycol in it. Now grab a can of a diet soda with something other than NutraSweet in it.... bet it has the same stuff. Isn't that pleasant? But don't go drinking a gallon of enviro antifreeze... it'll still do you a world of bad. Stick with beer.
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