Steel Seal vs Blue Devil

In the following table you can find the differences between Steel Seal and Blue Devil head gasket sealant:

Steel Seal vs Blue Devil
     
 
Steel Seal

Steel Seal

Fixes: Blown head gaskets, warped heads and cracked engine blocks and heads.  
Blue Devil

Blue Devil

Fixes: Seals cooling system leaks such as blown head gaskets, warped and cracked heads, heater cores, and freeze plugs.
Usage:
  • Any type of closed, water cooled engine can be fixed with Steel Seal, whether it’s gasoline or diesel.
  • We’ve fixed cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats and heavy equipment.
Usage: Can be used on all gasoline or diesel water cooled systems.
Contains: Steel Seal is comprised of a proprietary chemical formula, that when introduced into your cooling system, will create a permanent seal as strong as steel. Contains:
Advantage:
  • Permanently seal cracks that will withstand high temperatures and high pressure.
  • Can be used in any type of closed, water cooled engine in both gasoline and diesel engines, that is compatible with all types of antifreeze.
  • it doesn’t rely on fillers. Products that rely on fillers to repair cracks, have the disadvantage that during ignition and shut off the pressure rises and falls resulting in that the particles lodged in the cracks can loosen and fall out. These products only offer a temporary solution.
  • It contains no fibrous materials or particles that could clog engine coolant passages.
Advantage:
  • It is non-clogging and contains nothing that can harp your engine.
  • It bonds to metal, aluminium and alloy.
  • You can drive you car after 1 or 2 hours after using blue devil sealant.
    Dosage:
    • 24 oz (6 cylinders)
    • 32 oz (8 cylinders)
    • 16 oz (4 cylinders)
    Dosage:
    You can purchase Steel Seal products at the Steel Seal website.

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