Originally Posted by Lwebster51
I've read that some people choose to change their oil and put seafoam in at that point then change the oil again after bout 100-300 miles. Thoughts? Is that a little redundant?
Two things, they are putting Seafoam in 100-300 miles prior to their scheduled oil change to give it a chance to work, then all the crud gets drained out when they drain the oil. Secondly, it would not be a good thing to leave Seafoam in for an extended period of time. So no it is not redundant.