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INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Warm up the engine after changing engine oil and filter. 2. Turn engine off. 3. Shake container to ensure particles are well dispersed in solution. 4. Inject the treatment into engine through oil filler. 5. Replace and tighten oil filler cap. 6. Start engine and let idle for 10-15 minutes, then drive vehicle or operate engine normally.

BENEFITS: In general, engine abrasion is caused by abnormal lubrication due to starting an engine that has not been used for a long period of time or by driving without warming the engine up or under other serious conditions. CealDoctor ™ heals worn out parts by forming a lubricant membrane on the inner wall of the engine. Tight metallic cohesion is conducted by heat and pressure. CealDoctor™ acts like a ball bearing between friction parts, and prevents abrasion and reduces friction. CealDoctor™ Increases Resistance and Prevents Abrasion and Improves Engine Performance by Increasing The Cooling Effect.

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  QUICK INJECTION PROCEDURE

1. Change engine oil and filter before injection of CealDoctor™ products
2. Start engine and leave on low idle
3. Gasoline Engines – 200 ml bottle for every 4 litres of motor oil
4. Diesel Engines – 200 ml bottle for every 6 litres of motor oil
5. Replace oil filler cap
6. Leave engine idling for 15 – 30 minutes to ensure proper coverage



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