I have always been the type of person that wants to make sure that my cars last a long time and living in Michigan I have a harder time with this, especially with the salt that they use on the roads in the winter, talk about breaking down the undercarriage of my car!
This being said, I have never really been great skilled or adept with maintenance on a car, thus I learn what I can and usually I take my car to the professionals. I would love to learn more though and be able to do more as I know this is not only cost-effective, which is always important to me, but also it is something that a man is supposed to know, right? (Is that stereotypical or what) .
Recently I was asked to work with STP and Collective Bias to shop for and try out STP’s Multipurpose Motor Treatment. I decided to find this at my local Walmart and I was impressed with the amazing selection of Engine Treatment products that were on the market (I am so behind the times). I chronicled my trip on Google + and I encourage you all to go to the below link to see more!
I also documented my experience in using the product on youtube below:
As you can see I was able to find the product and to use it in one of my cars. I am planning on using this in my older car very soon as well. I was very impressed with the product and its’ versatility. As I mentioned in my video I need to identify a better way to put the product in my car, especially if I am not using the entire product all at once. Overall though I am looking forward to seeing the overall results and I know that you too will find this product to be a great addition to your car maintenance routine!
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias
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