To Stop Electrolysis in Vehicles Cooling Systems.
 Inter-Ject Electrolysis Arrestor is the Answer
As coolant gets old, it loses its protective and lubricating qualities and tend to become acetic.
This allows the aluminum, steel, cast iron, and other metals in the engine to build up corrosion.
This corrosion build up creates a haven for electric power to move through the coolant system. 
It becomes a 'liquid battery' within the coolant, acting as the electrolyte.
Voltage as high a six volts can travel through the coolant system.
It's disastrous for aluminum components within the modern system.
Electrolysis can be stopped by draining the system and adding new coolant inhibitor,
Inter-Ject Electrolysis arrestor, and clean distilled water.
Treating the coolant system will coat and lubricate so the coolant will not be allowed to
act as a battery cell.
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3 Simple Steps to Insure a
Trouble Free Cooling System
Add Inter-Ject Electrolysis Arrestor
Top off with distilled water
Add New Coolant Quality as Recommended by the
Vehicle Manufacture
Every 2 Years or 25,000 miles
Drain and Flush the Coolant System
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INTER-JECT ELECTROLYSIS ARRESTOR FEATURES
Protects & Lubricates Pump Seals
Inhibits Corrosion & Rust
Keeps the Cooling System Clean
Economical & Safe to Use
Neutralize Sodium and Acids
Environmentally Friendly
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