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vanguy16
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Marvel Mystery oil

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Hello everyone.

I have never used Marcel Mystery oil before.
I have seen it mentioned alot, throughout the years.

Is this product snake oil or is it magical?

Any thoughts on why it might or might not be good?

Thanks all!
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Mike, I've never used it myself - but like you, I've read posts where people swear by it. Here's an article that promotes it.

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...and if Dick Koch recommends it, you know it's good! :D
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I have never used it either. Is it like the old STP treatment? I never heard bad things, some have used it in tractors. Mark
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Marvel Mystery oil is similar to basic automatic transmission fluid, as it's a light oil.

Being that it's light, it is good for breaking stuck engines loose, as the fluid seeps into small areas more easily than thicker oils.

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I have used marvel oil for decades, with good results. free up stuck engines, engine flush, air tool lube and oxidization remover.
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