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RE: Redline Water Wetter (Singing praises of,)

To: dr-doug <>
Subject: RE: Redline Water Wetter (Singing praises of,)
Date: Fri, 07 Nov 1997 11:22:00 -0800 (PST)
It reduces the surface tension which keeps water from clinging to the inside 
of your cooling system. When the surface tension is gone the water is in 
better contact with the surface it is trying to cool or heat and therefore 
conducts heat better from that surface or to that surface making your 
cooling system function better. At least that is the theory, I think...

Chris Reichle
From: mgs-owner
To: dr-doug
Cc: byers; vaughme; mgs
Subject: RE: Redline Water Wetter (Singing praises of,)
Date: Friday, November 07, 1997 10:26AM

If this stuff reduces the coolant temperature, what does it do in the
winter?  Freeze your block faster?  I'm afraid to use it up here in snow

Don't assume that because you have found one problem, you have found the
ONLY problem.

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