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Prolong Patent and Slick 50

Someone was saying that the two products are different and had seen the
patent.  Do you know what the Patent # is?  We could look it up.

>From what I remember from the ad, it has ionized particles that will cling
to metal surfaces and that's how it works.  This is similar to what Castrol
is doing with their $4.00 a bottle Syntex, which I also use by the way with

No, I don't sell the stuff.  But believe the chemical engineers have got to
be doing something lately...  :-]

By the way,  Castrol Syntex == Mobil 1.  Mobil has a patent on the
synthetic oil process and everyone seems to be licensing it...must be the
only economical way of making synthetic.