Can original manufacturer warranties be voided by using Timberline antifreeze coolant products?

Federal Law, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, 1975, prohibits a manufacturer or dealer from voiding your warranty just because you have chosen to use an aftermarket antifreeze/coolant in your automobile. Requiring a consumer to buy a product from a particular company for use in your automobile in order to be eligible to receive protection under your Read more about Can original manufacturer warranties be voided by using Timberline antifreeze coolant products?[…]

What is the shelf life of Timberline antifreeze coolants?

Our antifreeze coolant products are made with base fluids that combine to form a pH neutral product that has a shelf life of more than three (3) years.  Actually, we believe that the shelf life is ten (10) years or more, but we haven’t been in business that long – we have samples of our Read more about What is the shelf life of Timberline antifreeze coolants?[…]

Can I mix ordinary tap water with Timberline antifreeze coolants?

Whenever Timberline Brands LLC mixes the base fluids to create our antifreeze coolant products, we always use water that has been purified by a reverse osmosis process.  This ensures that we are not adding any hard metals or other salts into our antifreeze coolant mix – salts are normally used to soften water in city water Read more about Can I mix ordinary tap water with Timberline antifreeze coolants?[…]

What should I do with used antifreeze that I remove from my radiator? Can I just pour it down the drain or the sewer in the street?

Never pour used antifreeze down the drain or in the street. Both ethylene glycol (which other antifreeze coolant manufacturers use) and propylene glycol (which we at Timberline BRands LLC used exclusively) are toxic – even propylene glycol which is less toxic than ehtylene glycol to the point that only massive amounts ingested will cause issues in Read more about What should I do with used antifreeze that I remove from my radiator? Can I just pour it down the drain or the sewer in the street?[…]