In Reply to: Re: Gasoline suggestions? posted by Tim Daley(MI) on April 28, 2020 at 07:25:27:
"In the world of marketing. there's no such thing as a lie, merely convenient exaggerations."
A typical example: Original formulation of Slick 50 is not what's being sold today as Slick 50. Interesting story here: A Marketing Group owns trademark/product called Slick 50, but never owned original formulation they marketed as Slick 50.
This from video interview of originator and inventor of product promoted/labeled and first product sold as Slick 50. https://youtu.be/CAt-tJa9P_s?t=16
It is what it is and what it is, is "caveat emptor"! :-) That's why I enjoy YouTube channel Project Farm's trials of commercial products to find the "real deal".