MoGlide vs. an Oil Stabilizer
Question: How is MoGlide different from an oil stabilizer or other motor-coating product?
Answer: Completely different. The approach to the problem of friction is just about opposite.
An oil stabilizer is a highly-clinging product. MoGlide, on the other hand, repels. Indeed, eliminating clinging is exactly how MoGlide prevents wear.
A principle behind MoGlide is that motor-coating an engine is unhealthy because it traps hydrocarbon residue from combustion to the engine. Static electricity draws hydrocarbons and metal particulates together into clusters of abrasive grit which continually grow and scrape metal off the engine. That “sandpaper” action from motor-coating causes accelerated wear to the engine.
MoGlide significantly reduces that kind of damage by suspending abrasive particles in the oil for removal by the filter or drainage during oil change.