Vehicle maintenance: Bar's Leaks introduces cooling system repair
Fleet maintenance: Easy-to-use, low-cost vehicle solution from Bar’s Leaks offers multiple benefits for engine cooling systems.
Holly, MI — Vehicle maintenance: The newest easy-to-use, low-cost vehicle solution from Bar’s Leaks® is formulated to offer multiple benefits for engine cooling systems. Bar’s Leaks Cooling System Repair not only stops coolant leaks and antifreeze loss, it also prevents overheating and corrects other cooling system problems to protect against future breakdowns and costly cooling system repairs.
To treat a cooling system, simply pour the bottle’s entire contents into the vehicle radiator and idle the engine for 15 minutes. Most leaks stop instantly after installation. Bar’s Leaks Cooling System Repair (P/N 1150) works in all gasoline, diesel and turbocharged engines. It may be used with all types and colors of antifreeze and/or water.
“Bar’s Leaks Cooling System Repair offers twice the performance of other products on the market,” says Clay Parks, vice president of development for Bar’s Leaks. “Our dual cavity bottle contains two unique formulas that combine to provide complete protection upon installation. One side includes a blend of carbon fiber sealer, leak-sealing liquid and stop leak treatment to stop and prevent antifreeze loss. The other side adds system protection in the form of water pump lubricant, corrosion inhibitors and heat transfer agents. In addition, Cooling System Repair includes Xtreme Cool, our proprietary wetting agent that reduces water temperature to prevent overheating.”
“If you’re facing an expensive repair bill for a coolant leak, try Bar’s Leaks Cooling System Repair first,’ says Parks. “It safely and easily seals leaks in plastic, aluminum and metal radiators, heater cores, gaskets and freeze plugs.”
Like all Bar’s Leaks products, Cooling System Repair is made in the U.S.A. It is available to distribution in case packs of four 16.9 oz. bottles.
For more information about Bar’s Leaks or other cooling repair systems, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.