Reviews on Ceramizer® car owners Volkswagen - preparations for the regeneration of the engine, gearbox and other mechanisms

Reviews on Ceramizer® car owners Volkswagen

Volkswagen Passat B4 station wagon

Engine capacity: 1.8, 90 hp ABS
Mileage: 530 000 km
Hello everyone, especially the doubters 🙂 I have a Passat B4 1994 year 1.8 ABS 90KM Mileage 530.000. I have owned the car for 5 years and I have known it for 16 years. Personally, I have always been a supporter of such measures as Ceramizer, because I am convinced that oil manufacturers have your engines somewhere and if they wanted to, they would create such an oil that would protect the engine as needed – for example, oil containing Ceramizer or what it is made of. Of course, there are such oils but they have beautiful prices. And they certainly have no way to compare with the Ceramizer of this company. I used Ceramizer in my wife’s car – Opel Vectra, and I poured 2 doses. Vectra stopped smoking, began to work evenly. Vectra is gone.
Without boring, I will describe how it was with me. I poured 1 dose and after driving 200 kilometers driving 70 – 80 km h I accelerated and went faster and after 520 km I added a second dose. In general, I did 670 km. On the e7 it is not a problem at night a small movement. My personal impressions, however, occurred already at about 300 km before pouring the second dose. The engine worked smoothly and softly worked at low revs up to 2600, i.e. at the highest torque. Super!!
Morning start is poetry nothing pats the valves have died down also now I hear the booster pump hehehe. The car clearly smokes less and I drive a lot around the city so I see the same benefits. Pressure measurement made before pouring: cylinders ..
1 – 10.6; 2 – 11.1; 3 – 9.7; 4 – 10.1.

Pressure after driving a total of 1550 km cylinders: …
1 – 11.7; 2 – 12.3; 3 – 12.1; 4 – 12.9 …

I will recommend this miracle to every 🙂 I also intend to pour into every possible tank in the car, i.e. the box, fuel and power steering system. Finally, there is a product that puts a smile on the driver’s face. It is a pity that I found it so late.

Greetings to all!
Adam Bartosiak.
Opinion sent on 2013-09-04


Volkswagen Bora

Year of Build: 2001
Engine capacity: 1.9 tdi 110 kM
Mileage: 277 000 km

Purchased Ceramizers very well fulfilled their functions. When added to the engine oil, oil consumption decreased during long and fast driving.
Darius Klocek
Opinion sent on 2013-09-04


Volkswagen Caddy II 1.9 TDI

Year of Build: 2001
Engine size: 1900 ccm
Mileage: 220 160 km

The car in which I used ceramizer is operated in particularly extreme conditions, because I live near the Polar Circle in Sweden.Two years ago I used your product in another car, which I also used here – Nissan Primera 2.0 and I was satisfied so I decided to do the same in this car that I have now.
I used Ceramizer during my stay in Poland last year in November. After changing the oil, I added ceramizer according to the instructions (not the first time) and went on the road to the north. I had to drive 1600 km, of course, not once, because first to the ferry about 500 km and then to the place 1100 km. The car was flooded with Castrol Eadge Sport full synthetic oil. I know the effects of using ceramizer so I was not surprised by the reaction of the engine after such a distance but I was curious what effects it will give winter, which here is extremely harsh and frosty. I will add that all the time the car was not garazowane. Well, as far as knock there were no problems with the morning start, of course I use motorvarmare because otherwise it would not be possible to start at -36 degrees, but heating does not take long so I think with ceramizer certainly improved the washing, which I had proof of when I returned after Christmas vacation in January. The car was not fired for more than a month, as I returned to the place where I left it was a huge mountain of snow. After the removal I was going to charge the battery and turn on the parking heating but something tempted me to try whether the starter will move. What was my surprise when after heating the light the engine started from the first mole. It was amazing it was -25 degrees and he normally lit up. I drove the whole winter and there were never any problems in order not to move. The car is agile and dynamic and at the same time the fuel consumption remains at the level of 5.5 to 6.5 liters per 100km. Oil losses are almost imperceptible. Currently, after changing the oil, of course also on synthetics, this time Mobil 3000 car is still dynamic, does not smoke and does not growl works equally and still does not take oil.
Volkswagen Caddy TDI, VW Caddy diesel

The next step I would like to use will be to use a ceramizer for the gearbox because I think it is worth regenerating this element now. After application, of course, I will share the opinion of what effects it has given in this extreme climate.
At the end I will add that I recommended ceramizer to my friends who live here and several of them have successfully tested and are satisfied. Regards Edward B.
Date of the opinion: 03.09.2010


Related to VW Corrado 1.8:

I bought from your company 2 doses of ceramizer for the car VW Corrado 1.8 Turbo, pronounced changes in the noise were palpable to hearing already after 15 minutes, walking, engine at idle, the car began to walk more smoothly and quieted, przestołobyc you can hear the valves-I am very pleased with your product-for me a revelation, it seems to me (I do not have how to check exactly) that the car burns in the city by about 1 liter of fuel pb 98 less, faster enters the rotation and is more dynamic (I often take part in the so-called races for a quarter of a mile, I recommend to all friends for me a revelation. I mention that the car is gasoline turbo-supercharged / I will definitely take advantage of your offer regarding fuel and transmission. Below is a summary of compression pressures. Regards Jacek Szymanski

Date of measurements Meter status [km] Mileage from the moment of application of A-R [km] I cylinder [bar] II cylinder [bar] III cylinder [bar] IV cylinder [bar]
23.12.2006 25780 0 10.03 10.08 10.09 10.02
07.01.2007 27380 Min. 1500 km 10.07 11.01 11.03 10.07


Volkswagen Golf III


Volkswagen Golf IV

Year of Build: 1999
Engine capacity: 1.8l 20V (without turbine, gas)
Mileage: 284 303 km

Hello, I am Paul.
I have been interested in motorization for many years, and this year I decided to conduct various types of moto tests. I want to test cars as well as car accessories such as ceramizer for four-stroke engines.
What tempted me to do the Ceramizer test? First of all, the advertising of the preparation and the effect of its action. I saw tests carried out by TVN Turbo, where the car drove on Ceramizer alone, without oil. So I thought this might actually be a good and safe way to regenerate my engine.
The car on which I carry out the test is a popular Volkswagen Golf IV ’99 with a gas installation and a 1.8l 20V engine (without a turbine). He has 125hp (he owned when he left the factory in 1999). At the time of starting the test and applying Ceramizer, the car had an original, documented mileage of 284,303 kilometers. I think that this is already quite a high mileage for this car, and it is already quite heavily exploited by the gas installations. It is the best gas installation that was available in 2008, but this does not change the fact that “gas” destroys and unseals engines faster. For this reason, I will just add two doses of Ceramizer to the engine.
I must point out that I use the car the same as about 80% of the population, i.e. I drive it to work, shopping, to my family and a few times a year on a holiday route. So in this case I find that I am the same as others and my test will be a good source of knowledge for everyone as well as the essence of Ceramizer’s operation. My entire test is also documented in the form of a video that can be viewed on youtube.com. Really, I attached great importance to truthfulness. I can guarantee that my test is honest and honest. At the beginning, in order to be able to have any reference to the operation of Ceramizer, I had to take measurements of pressure in cylinders and carried out in an amateur way the measurement of the time in which the car will accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h. Measurements are also available for viewing.
And here are the results I got in the measurements.
Cylinder pressure measurement: (Unfortunately the pressure is not equal)
Cylinder one: 12.8
Cylinder two: 13
Cylinder three: 12.5
Cylinder Four: 12.9
The time in which I accelerated the car from 0 to 100 km / h is: 13 seconds (it was wet, about -2oC).
Once the measurements were made, I proceeded to apply Ceramizer to the oil. First, the engine was warmed up to 90 degrees, then I added two ampoules of Ceramizer to the oil, waited 15 minutes at idle and, as recommended by the manufacturer, drove 200 kilometers at a leisurely pace, not exceeding 2,700 revolutions per minute.
Of course, the recommendation does not require driving this distance once, but with such use of the car as I practice (frequent firing and driving not great distances) I think that the test would not be good enough and effective. These 200 kilometres can be replaced by four engine idling hours. So I went on the route along the expressway probably number 19 (Lublin, Kurów, Żyrzyn) and return. In total, I did 200 kilometers, and the last kilometers I “finished” driving around my hometown of Świdnik.
-Input 2.
It’s already the 28th day of February. I have already driven 1500 kilometers by car, that is, I covered the distance during which the ceramization process should be completed.
I must honestly admit that Ceramizer is a magical remedy. It really works. This is not a placebo effect, because it is confirmed by the tests I have done. Ceramizer does not cause side effects, there are no defects. First of all, as a young driver who likes speed (of course, everything within reason), I paid a lot of attention to whether Ceramizer will restore the power lost during operation. Now I can proudly say – YES! Restore. The car is more prone to acceleration. It has a better response to the addition of gas. As it is popularly said, it gathers faster. Now when I drive, for example, in third gear 50km / h and press the gas pedal the car immediately reacts and in 2 seconds I already have 80km / h. Previously, it was not possible because when pressing the gas in the same situation, the car first “suspiciously” growled, then for a second nothing happened and only the car pulled forward. Now it is enough to press the gas once and it happens.
Another thing that confirms the operation of Ceramizer is the measurement of pressure in the cylinders. There is only one problem with it. I did it at a company where my friend works, he did it without the owner’s knowledge on a favor-for-favor basis, so I could record with them without any problem. This time I had to hide the camera and could only take pictures because the recording would take too long. Of course, for possible doubters, I will emphasize that the photos have not been processed and you can easily check it by downloading the photo to your disk, and then checking in the properties of the photo. Or just upload a picture to Picasso3, he will expose the photo of any alterations.
Returning to the topic… Previously, the pressure was varied. In each cylinder, the pressure was different. Total lack of compatibility. Now it looks like this:
Cylinder one: 13
Cylinder two: 13
Cylinder three: 12.9
Cylinder four: 13
Please look higher again and see how the pressure has leveled. The person who took the measurement for me did not believe that Ceramizer would work and after the first measurement he told me not to count on great miracles. His face after the measurement was brilliant 🙂 I would really be amazed that Ceramizer works like this. So let’s keep going! Because this is not the end of the tests I have carried out.
The next test I carried out was to measure the speed at which the car will accelerate from 0 to 100km / h. The first time it took 13 seconds, and after the Ceramization process it was already 9.5 seconds! That is, as much as this car was supposed to accelerate to 100km / h after leaving the factory.
This result is really above my expectations. All the more so it is full of my satisfaction and amazement at such an excellent result.
In addition to the fact that I have carried out various tests, I have a lot of observations from the operation of Ceramizer. After using Ceramizer, the operation of the engine also changed. The engine began to work evenly. Previously, there were various strange crunches, a metallic sound came from under the hood. Most often it was immediately after starting the engine. Now the work is even, quieter. Everything works just smoothly. Without any disturbing sounds, crunches or bruising in the engine. Even acceleration now has a nicer sound for the ear. The engine also fires faster. As it is popularly said , “burns at the sight of the key”:) Really the car catches the ignition very quickly. Just turn the ignition key, the fuel pump then starts, and then it is enough once, and it is good to turn the key to the resistance, and the engine already catches the spark and fires up. Previously, it was different. Sometimes it fired quickly, and sometimes the starter would spin and spin. Now firing always looks the same and is instantaneous.
So, summing up my test, as a great lover of motorization, I must admit with a hand on my heart that Ceramizer works as the manufacturer tells us. Ceramizer is safe for our cars. Ceramizer is also not an excessively expensive preparation. Paying 73 zlotys, we really do not throw money into the proverbial mud. Remember, however, that it is very important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and the right dose of the preparation for your engine. On the ceramizer.pl website you will find the Ceramizer calculator where you can enter the model, parameters and mileage of your car, and the calculator will automatically calculate how many and what Ceramizers your engine needs.
Personally, from now on I will always use Ceramizer when needed and for better and longer engine operation. I do not rule out changing the car in a few years and I already know that regardless of whether it would be a car from the showroom or a used one, I will definitely use Ceramizers in it.
I sincerely recommend everyone to use Ceramizers.
I invite you to familiarize yourself with my next test. This time Ceramizer for hydraulic power steering. And watching the test on my channel on youtube.pl
Date of review: 11.03.2015


Volkswagen Golf IV

Year of Build: 1999
Motor capacity: 1.8l 20V
Mileage: 286 003 km

Hello everyone for the second time!
In this input, I will present you a ceramizer test for hydraulic power steering.
The car on which I will conduct the test you already know, it is Volkswagen Golf IV ’99 1.8 20V.
Important information is that on July 14, 2014 in my car I had to replace the booster pump.
A brand new booster pump straight from the ASO was purchased and installed. The cost was gigantic for such a tiny part. But it was already a compulsion. The previous pump was thrown away.
After installing the new pump, the steering system worked better, but loud sounds came out of it, the frictional resistance was quite high and parking was uncomfortable. I was told at the ASO that it’s normal when we add a new part to an already old steering system, the new part works beyond its capabilities to integrate with worn other parts of the steering system. They even told me that I had to change the entire timing when replacing the pump. I think they exaggerated it a bit and were just trying to trick me into the cost. Before I met Ceramizer, I drove with such a working pump and to be honest it was a good exercise for my hands, but in the car it’s not about exercising… Once I was in possession of the Ceramizer for the hydraulic power steering system, I decided to use it immediately. I did it almost on a par with the Ceramizer test for four-stroke engines.
From the preparation for support, I expected that first of all it would silence the work of my system and at least slightly improve the frictional resistance when twisting and the system would work lighter.
The benefits that the manufacturer states are: regeneration of worn surfaces during operation, reduction of noise when turning the steering wheel, increasing the reliability of the power steering system, protection of the power steering system against wear, protection against corrosion (people really know little about this, but the power steering system is the most susceptible system to corrosion).
I will immediately say that once again I was not disappointed in Ceramizer.
The application of Ceramizer is very simple. It is enough to warm up the engine to 90 degrees by, for example, driving for 10 minutes around the city or 10-15 minutes of standing still in a fired car at idle. Then we turn off the engine, unscrew the infusion of the power steering fluid and pour half of the ampoule with Ceramizer. Then we turn the filler, start the car and for 10 minutes turn the steering wheel left and right to resist, alternately. When 10 minutes have passed, we turn off the engine again, pour the second half of ceramizer, turn off the filler and start the engine. We turn the steering wheel again for the next 10 minutes. And that’s the end of the 🙂 Simple. It is not necessary to drive specially or perform other activities. Simple and quick application of the preparation. Now, as in the case of Ceramizer for four-stroke engines, the ceramic layer will be produced for 1500 kilometers.
Now the most interesting. For me, the result could be felt and heard after about 200 kilometers. I think this is largely due to the brand new booster pump. It happened suddenly. I drove like this from day to day, to work, from work, shopping, etc. 5-6 days passed until I get into the car, start and leave the parking lot, I made a strong turn knowing that my car needs to use more force to turn it, and the car suddenly escapes to my right (in this one I turned the steering wheel). Not only did the steering wheel allow itself to be slightly twisted, but everything took place in perfect silence. To me, it looked like someone had stolen my car at night and put in a brand new, complete steering system. The car just from moment to moment began to behave differently. Decently. I no longer had to and do not have to continue to use large amounts of force to park in a small, cramped area. Turning the steering wheel is now a pleasure, it’s hard to describe. Take a look at my channel for youtube.pl what it looks like, but you really just need to slightly turn the steering wheel and the car goes where it wants. Everything works smoothly and quietly. Now the ride is really much more comfortable than before using Ceramizer.
So I find without any “but” that ceramizer for hydraulic power steering works perfectly and beyond my expectations.
Date of review: 11.03.2015


VW Golf III

Year of Build: 1993
Engine capacity: 1.8l petrol, ABS engine

I came across information about ceramizers completely by accident over a year ago on Allegro. What I read there at the beginning seemed to me a simple advertising gibberish but at the same time intrigued me so much that I once devoted a whole evening and read about ceramizers everything that I managed to find on the Internet, both on the manufacturer’s website and on various automotive forums. And I decided to take a chance. What made me do it? My Golf was made in 1993 and I have been driving it for 12 years. It passes all inspections without problems, is serviced on an ongoing basis and despite its age, it is still fully operational. I know this car inside out – I mean its capabilities and behavior while driving – I’m not a mechanic. But since nothing is eternal, the following problems have arisen over time:
(1) clearly audible power steering pump despite the correct oil level, the greater the turn of the wheels, the louder, with extreme twisting of the wheels, the steering wheel began to vibrate which was not there before
(2) taking oil by the engine which in his youth did not take oil at all, initially it was 1 liter from replacement to replacement (i.e. for about 10-12 thousand km) and as time passed and the number of kilometers traveled, there was 4 liters from replacement to replacement, i.e. 1L / 2500-3000 km,
(3) a clear decrease in power (acceleration) noticeable especially when overtaking and a general increase in noise generated by the engine, also audible clearly inside the car, despite the tight exhaust system
(4) “floating” idling speed in the range of 750-850 rpm, especially with a cold engine, I thought it was a problem with the idle stepper motor
(5) clear, metallic and quite loud sound after exceeding 130 km / h in fifth gear, disappearing after decoupling – that is, not wheel bearings but rather a gearbox.

Since at that time I had no experience with ceramizers and nevertheless approached them with great reserve, I decided to start with the power steering system. I bought ceramizer on Allegro and applied according to the instructions. I must honestly admit that the effects exceeded my wildest expectations. After driving approx. 1500 km, which then lasted less than a week, the power steering system began to behave like new! No howl of the pump or any other disturbing noises – just silence! With the extreme position of the steering wheel, a slight noise is heard, no vibrations of the steering wheel! Then I decided it was time for the engine and fuel. Again, purchase on Allegro and apply according to the instructions. This time also a surprise but of a different kind – after driving over 1000 km practically nothing has changed – acceleration, volume and engine culture virtually unchanged. I was not delighted with it but because the car had a mileage of 248 thousand. km I decided to apply one or two more doses to the engine. I gave the second dose and after driving approx. 500 km – the third, but not complete (I poured about 3.5 ml, the remaining 1.5 ml I left in a lawn mower which will be discussed in a moment). At the second and third doses, I did not use any “running-in”, i.e. working for 4 hours at idle or driving 200 km with revolutions below 2700. I just warmed up the engine, poured ceramizer, 15 minutes at idle and then normal driving.

That was it! The effects, of course, appeared gradually, but after driving another 1500-2000 km I HAVE ANOTHER CAR! The engine has quieted down very clearly, it works very evenly and somehow softly, acceleration and screwing on the revs – a revelation, as in the old days, idle revolutions stable at 820 rpm, oil taking still occurs but after driving 15 thousand. km from the application of the first dose of ceramizer fell again to the level of 1L from replacement to replacement, fuel consumption decreased by approx. 0.5L/100 km but it just depends on many other factors and I do not know if it is “merit” ceramizerów . Less than 4 thousand. km ago I changed the oil in the engine and after driving 500 km from the replacement prophylactically added a new portion of ceramisar, both to the engine and to the fuel. Now I’m testing ceramizer into the gearbox but I poured it only yesterday so I will describe the effects as I drive at least 2000 km.

My conclusions:
Ceramizers CERTAINLY DO NOT HARM! All the stories on the forums about “sealing” engines, clogging oil channels or any other negative impact on the engine, you can safely put between fairy tales. Perhaps (or rather for sure) these opinions concern various moto-doctors or preparations with Teflon but certainly not ceramizerów! I recently replaced the coolant temperature sensor and the gasket under the valve cover. I asked the mechanic to remove the housing of the injection system (this engine has single-point injection) – everything is clean, shiny and in excellent condition. The same after removing the valve cover. I drove with ceramizers in the engine over 15 thousand. km so if there were to appear any disturbing symptoms, they would have appeared a long time ago.
Ceramizers REALLY WORK! If someone uses a ceramizer and after driving 1-2 thousand. km effects are minimal or none, these are only two possibilities: EITHER the engine (gearbox, power steering) are in such good condition that the use of ceramizer does not change much OR one dose of ceramizer is not enough – then without fear you should use one or two more doses. That’s how it was with my engine. If 2-3 doses of ceramizer do not help, then unfortunately there is a third possibility: damage or such significant wear that it exceeds the “capabilities” of the ceramizer. Then only diagnostics and conventional repair remain. And by the way, I am amused now by the opinions on automotive forums in which someone writes that to the almost slaughtered engine he added ONE portion of ceramizer and did not help, so he confidently states that ceramizers can and do not harm but certainly do not help and in total it is thrown money. Well, pneumonia can not be cured with polopyrin either, but with a cold, polopyrin helps.
The price at the level of PLN 60-65 for 5 ml of ceramizer seems to be high, but compared to the effects it causes, it is simply NEGLIGIBLE! I ride on semi-synthetic oil Statoil 10W-40 whose liter costs 29 zł so ON THE OIL ITSELF saving 3L from replacement to replacement is 87 zł, which is much more than the price of one ceramizer to the engine. Fact, I had to use three portions (195 zł) but how much does it cost to overhaul the engine?
I wonder how such a small amount of ceramizer – because even 3 doses is only 15 ml – can cause such spectacular effects? It really looks like an SF borderline operation but in my car it just WORKS! I recommend this solution to all those who are still hesitating.

A few more words about the lawn mower. This is a 12-year-old lawn mower with a Tecumsech 3.5 hp engine. The idea of using a ceramizer in a lawn mower is not mine – I read about it in the user reviews on the website of the ceramizer manufacturer and decided to apply. I poured 1.5 ml of ceramizer into the oil and then at idle the mower “pykała” for 2 hours. Since then, I have mowed the lawn several times – one mowing is approx. 30-40 minutes of work. Before adding the ceramizer, the mower at higher speeds fell into considerable vibrations – I suspected that the knife is not properly balanced but after removing and checking it turned out to be OK. After these few hours of work from pouring ceramizer, the mower works quieter and the vibrations at higher speeds have decreased DRAMATICALLY!
Stanislaw Andrzejewski
30.07.2009


VW Golf 1.8 (1990)

Volkswagen Golf 1.8 review, Golf firing in frost, Golf starting the engine in winter


VW Golf III 1.4 (1993)

I am a user of VW Golf 3, 1993, with a 1.4 ABD engine, mileage of 210 thousand, with LPG-2 generation power supply. I bought the vehicle personally from Germany, in my opinion in very good general condition.

After more than half a year of using ceramizer for the engine and gearbox, I decided to add my short history of using the preparation. At the outset, I will mention that in general with the engine and gearbox I literally never had any problems, and the use of ceramizer was more preventive and I do not hide that experimental, in my interest was to check primarily the change in engine dynamics, the motor is not factory strained, 65 hp.

After applying the ceramizer at a mileage of 180,000 thousand, here I mention that the first stage of application was based on driving the recommended 200 kilometers “calmly”, it just after that happened that I went on the highway to Krakow and I confirm that the engine has changed the dynamics a lot, certainly the torque characteristics have changed – maximum torque, after using the ceramizer in the engine, it began to occur in the range of much lower revolutions than before, which meant that the reaction of the motor to acceleration at speeds above 120 km / h was really nice, just the car was rushing forward. Bearing in mind my experience as a mechanic of motor vehicles, of course I took into account the general conditions and the possible quality of fuel, but on the return route the effect was unchanged despite refueling LPG 3 times. Certainly, the fuel consumption (LPG) has dropped significantly, who does not believe – let him believe that on the highway at an average of 130 km / h, with a full load, I always fit in about 8 liters of LPG / 100 km, where after using ceramizer, this combustion dropped to 6.5 liters, while maintaining similar traction conditions, I generally drive calmly, but on a snail.

I survived this state through the winter of 2007/2008 and when it comes to improving engine starting in winter, because I have never had problems with it so far, and winter was not the hardest (I live in the mountains), it is difficult to say whether ceramizer allowed to remove the “gluing” of engine oil or gearbox, summarizing this thread I am inclined to say that it rather does. I will add that starting the engine on gasoline or LPG does not make any difference, even at -20 C. Here I will add that the engine runs on ordinary mineral Lotus oil under LPG and in the meantime I was once tempted to change the oil to Castrol mineral, because a colleague suggested that the lotus can walk sonorously, which I probably got used to, and certainly on Castrol it will be better. Well, the button is true and there was a return to lotus with the addition of another dose of ceramizer, also preventively. After the second dose of ceramizer, the engine again got a little more “life” in the sense of torque dynamics, just a light “gauze” and the car flows, regardless of the terrain on which it moves, recently I did two LPG refueling and as if I did not want this combustion in mixed conditions, no less in the mountains, it varies within 6.5 liters of LPG per 100 km. To sum up, I am more convinced to use medium-class oil (price), and in addition to use ceramizer. In addition to the above, I found that the only problem of the engine so far – the oil-fogged cover of the valve keyboard, lasting despite the change of gasket, after lichen after some time disappeared.

As for the gearbox, manual 5, the use of ceramizer was also preventive, and the only drawback that had so far been felt in the work of the gearbox was that after a few hours of driving on the highway, with speeds within 130-140, after driving down to the village, it manifested itself as if heavier driving 1-2 gears, which gave the impression that this may be due to the heating of the gearbox, of course, being sure that the condition of the oil in the box is correct, and the rolling resistance without remarks. The described symptom disappeared after several minutes of calm driving. Currently, after using the ceramizer, this shortcoming has completely disappeared, moreover, I confirm that the transmission, especially in 5th gear at speeds of 140-150 km, has become quieter.

Finally, I will add that I used, after 30,000,m, a second dose of ceramizer only for the engine. Here I will share a brief observation that the first stage of using ceramizer I made another, that is, the engine worked in free gear for 4 hours. All in all, I have the impression that this form of initial acceptance of ceramizer by the engine is better, in the sense that the engine seems to “spend” the improvement of dynamics faster.

That’s all I can say from my observations. Everything I have written is true and in the overall assessment I add to the statement that ceramizer is important in improving certain traction elements of the engine and related derivatives.
Slawek from Wałbrzych


VW Golf II

After watching your video with the use of ceramizer I decided to use it in my VW golf II (mileage about 220 000km). I added it to the oil-and nothing:)Ae after driving about 300 km of quiet driving is a noticeable difference. The car collects better and works evenly, the engine greedy for oil stopped taking it in some 85%. I used a ceramizer for fuel not long ago and I find that the effect is huge, it is very easy to start the car after a cold night under a cloud and the acceleration performance has improved. So far I have not noticed any great fuel efficiency, but what the ceramizer did is still much better than it was. Braciak is now testing CERAMIZER in his seycento 900, if there will be any results, we will write to you about it. Greetings and RECOMMEND!
Karol Zuchowicz
Opinion sent on 14.11.2007


VW Golf (1988)

Hello, Ceramizer I used in 18 years golf II – diesel. In addition, before applying, my timing belt broke. Fortunately, nothing broke (I was very lucky). Before this event, I did not measure the compression ratio, but to check if everything is OK I did it after this accident. Unfortunately, I do not remember the value after the decimal point but it looked like this: 27,29,29,30. So really good. On the first cylinder, unfortunately, a little bit skewed, so there was a little less pressure. The car also smoked less – by about 1 liter. And a little bit as if he walked quieter. And in the winter it fired without major problems. Unfortunately, now I do not have this car, but it will serve the new owner without any problems. In the new car I also intend to use this ceramizer, because it works well 🙂
Best regards


VW Golf II 1.6 (1988)

Unfortunately, I do not have scans or photos from the compression pressure measurement because the cars to which I applied the preparation have already been sold. In both cases, I noticed positive changes.
– Golf II 1.6 88r (automatic) 280 thousand km – The engine took a lot of oil and burned about 12l / 100km
After using the ceramizer, the engine in 80 – 85% stopped taking oil. The engine began to work much quieter and more evenly. I also noticed a decrease in engine temperature and a decrease in fuel consumption (certainly by 0.5l)
– Honda Civic 1.3 94r 130k km – The car began to walk more evenly and smoke less.
Once he burned me with economical driving 5.2 – the city. Engine temperature drop and improved dynamics (not big but always). The car can be said less tired.
Best regards
Maciej Kujawa


VW Golf 1.5 (1978)

Already after 10 minutes of idling from the moment of applying the ceramizer I noticed that the engine began to walk quietly like a bee and did not telepathy as it was before. After driving 1500 km, my observations are that the car became livelier, quieter and a little lost on the “appetite” for fuel 🙂 I would like to add that the test was carried out on a VW Golf 1 from 1978 (1.5 gasoline) the engine took little oil but now does not consume it at all. I highly recommend all users of older (for regeneration) and newer (to protect against wear) cars. I have already persuaded my brother and dad, who have already purchased and used the preparation in their cars.
Best regards
Ernest R.


VW Golf VR6

Before buying ceramizer I was not sure about the described properties of this preparation, because the amount did not speak in favor of it. I was pleasantly surprised after driving approx. 2000 km, the engine died down, the work evened out, and fuel consumption dropped from 12 to 10.5-11L per 100km. I tested the preparation with the mileage of my engine 130000-140000km on freshly flooded oil in a VW Golf VR6 car.
Regards Marcin from Szczecin


VW Golf 2 Diesel

Year of Build: 1991
Engine size: 1.6d

Opinion: I bought a Golfik diesel with a 1.6 engine exactly a month ago as if with a damaged injection pump (it was not on the go) as it turned out later it was not the fault of the pump but the compression after checking it had only 19,20,19,18 on individual cylinders (I do not have a written measurement I checked myself). The car as it was cold did not want to smoke at all, only clouds of smoke came out and as it lit the coking plant factory never smoked like that. I thought about the end of the engine but by chance I once read about ceramizerach and I was somehow not very focused on these inventions. I even asked the mechanic what he thought about it, he said that no even the latest and wonderful liquid will restore compression and even more so in diesel. However, I did not give up and bought this wonderful specificity exactly in Siemianowice Śląskie. The seller who sold it to me said the same thing that he could!!!!! Help. After returning, I poured new oil over the motor and injected a dose of ceramizer and then began to spin the first kilometers. After the first 50km the motor began to work quieter, after driving 150 it was getting better and so in one day I drove 200km as recommended not exceeding 60-70km\h.After driving I put the car away and so it stopped until the next day. Late in the afternoon I decided to start a coo, I warmed the candles and to my surprise the car fired up the first time and did not let go of a speech bubble as it was before. I did not believe, the colleague who repaired the car with me was numb, he said impossible-MIRACLE!!!!!! Since then, the car lights up better you can say like a new one, has better dynamics, burns less diesel, I also checked the compression and it was a lot better 22,21,22,22 REALLY RECOMMEND TO EVERYONE, REALLY WORTH IT
Raciok Przemyslaw
Opinion sent on 30.12.2008.


VW Golf 1.9 TDI (1995)

Hi I used ceramizer twice for the 1.9 TDI engine in the VW golf from 95 r. with a mileage of 230 thousand. Miles. I used ceramizer due to the uneven operation of the engine after firing and the flying blue smoke from the exhaust pipe. After the first use of one ceramizer package and applying it in accordance with the directions on the packaging and after driving over 1500 km, the difference was small and not felt. The car still during the launch on the cold engine had undulating revolutions and blue smoke from the exhaust pipe appeared. And so it was until I did 10000 km and had to change the oil. Then I again decided to buy a ceramizer and when changing the oil I carried out the whole procedure again. After driving about 500 km, the engine during firing maintained revolutions at one level as well as blue smoke from the exhaust pipe did not appear. I do about 35000 km with my car during the year and these are routes outside the city. Before using ceramizer on a full tank (65L) I did up to 1000 km but now I see that I can easily drive a distance of 1100 km. I will only add that the combustion test was carried out on the same route several times, which I often overcome once. I also bought a ceramizer for the gearbox and here after application better began to enter gears in the winter because at – 15 earlier I had to drive a few kilometers to smoothly work the gearbox while this winter I had no problems with throwing one gear in even the greatest frosts. However, I would still like to use ceramizer for the engine and I think that it is a good addition to each oil change.
Best regards
Krzysztof Brzezinski


VW Golf 1.6 TD

I have had several significant trips that have allowed me to evaluate this product. I feel an improvement in driving dynamics and at higher gears. As for the savings, I did not calculate it physically, but after driving 890 km, the indicator showed me the amount of fuel in the tank for about 15 liters , where previously the indicator was almost based already on the limiter [ deep reserve ]. I am the owner of a WV Golf 1.6 td with an intercooler added so my ride is not always calm and smooth, which would be conducive to such performance. If I could wish, it would be that these products would be cheaper and generally available.
Congratulations on your success. P O Z D R A W I A M.


VW Golf 1.9 tdi used Tractor

Year of Build: 1995
Once again, we buy ceramizer complete for the engine, transmission and power steering. This is the third car for which we buy ceramizer, so far we are satisfied with these products REALLY WORK. The car after ceramizer for engines becomes quieter, more dynamic and economical. We covered the 1200km route on one 55l tank, which never happened before use. The engine runs evenly, calmly, does not interrupt.

We had a small problem with the gearbox in one of the cars, the gears entered tightly, after adding the ceramizer the box calmed down and the gears began to enter slightly even at low temperatures and immediately after starting the engine. Ceramizer for the steering system causes lighter work of the steering wheel at the maximum turn of the wheels you could feel the murmur, which after adding the ceramizer and driving about 500km subsided, of course the amount of fluid and the whole system was efficient. This is really a very good product, one of a kind proven and effective. I do not recommend other products of this type as a proven ceramizer.
Andrew Skórzewski
Opinion sent on 10.04.2009.


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VW golf III

Year of Build: 1996
Engine size: 1.6
Mileage: 310 000 km

I bought 2 pieces of Ceramizers for my engine because it took oil and was weak, I think that if I did not use these Ceramizers the engine would have been scrap a long time ago, now at least the oil I add every 10 thousand half a liter and not every 1000 km half a liter. At least it has regained power and I can finally overtake other vehicles without any problems. And as for Ceramizer for support, which I also bought, because I had a problem with the booster pump because it hummed and rubbed, fortunately Ceramizer saved it and for 2 years I have no problems with it. Also, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. I recommend and greet.
Anonymous
Opinion sent on 23/2014/03


Related to VW Golf II 1.8:

I waited a long time with the assessment because I wanted to test the goods. Exemplary auction, and as for the goods it really works! I do not feel more power, but the combustion has clearly decreased. Golf II 1.8gaz before 11l/100km now 9,5l/100km
tos24


Related to VW Golf 2.0:

Goods 100% OK. Oil consumption in Golf 2.0 has been reduced by 3/4, the engine works much quieter and, most importantly, it accelerates faster 🙂 I would definitely recommend this product piotrekk_ww


VW Golf II 1.8 (1990)

Car Golf 2 year 1990 1.8 gasoline-LPG, mileage 180 000 I do not have the apparatus that I could make accurate measurements so I can only say in general.
Combustion: before 11l after 9.5
Acceleration: I did not notice the changes after the fact that since I have LPG to decreased:( and I do not know how to change it, and maybe you have advice for it)
Max speed: i.e.
The revolutions and operation of the engine seem to be more stable. The color of the oil does not darken as quickly as usual (mineral).
If I change the car one day, without hesitation I will pour your preparation again because the fuel consumption has really decreased.
Regards, Tomek


 

Volkswagen Golf II

Year of Build: 1986
Engine size: 1.6
Mileage: 300 000 km

Opinion:I bought Ceramizer for the engine, I drove about 3000 km. In my opinion, the first thing that catches the eye is that the car clearly smokes less (and not only at the very beginning, but the effect persists all the time) and works much quieter (in older golfs with incomplete engine oil floods, these units on the pistons work very loudly, after pouring Ceramizer the effects are really positive), especially at idle. However, it is difficult for me to assess the effectiveness of Ceramizer for fuel refinement, because with a calm ride and fewer kilometers traveled and strange weather and winter conditions, more time is needed. In my opinion, it is definitely worth buying Ceramizer for older types of engines because the effect is visible and audible.
Wojciech Doman Rzakta
Opinion sent on 01.02.2013


VW Golf

Year of Build: 1989
I am very pleased. The engine calmed down after a dozen or so kilometers, the pressure increased: I 7-9 Atm, II 8.5 – 9 Atm, III 9-9 Atm, IV 9-10 Atm. And after 300km!!! The tested car is Golf II 1.3 89′. Thank you and I recommend to all !!!!!


VW Golf

Combustion has noticeably decreased – from approx. 10.5 by 9.5 l/100km of gas (Golf III 1.8). It seems that the amount of “taken” oil has also decreased. In a word, you can see the improvement. RECOMMEND!
Bohdanowicz


VW Golf 1.8 Gti

SUPER POSITIVE. I have a Golf 1.8GTI 260 000km mileage. Sometimes the indicator light came on from the oil pressure that he was also taking. After ceramizer (1pc), the symptoms definitely decreased and the control stopped shining. The engine runs more evenly. RECOMMEND
cutlet871


VW Golf II 1.6 Gtd

I applied 1.6 gtd to the Golf 2. Noticeable improvement at engine start-up and alignment of work. I did not observe any negative effects. In addition, the transaction was professional. RECOMMEND!!!
alwexim


Related to VW Golf 1.8:

Year of Build: 1992
Engine capacity: 1.8 benz.
AFTER flooding fell by approx. 0.5l fuel consumption, the engine stopped taking oil. I drove 8 thousand km from the flooding and I do not regret it. As for the power, it is difficult to say something, but the engine seal itself has certainly improved this.
pit7611


Related to VW Golf 1.4:

I had a problem with the tapping valve glass in the golf IV 1.4; after flooding ceramizera and driving 250km no longer knocks anything:) besides, the engine works quieter, evener, faster turns into the revolutions … I RECOMMEND hot!!!
rafcio2005


Volkswagen golf iv

Year of Build: 1998
Engine capacity: 1.9 TDI AHF
Mileage: 230 000 km

Opinion: I bought CERAMIZER products due to the growing mileage of my car, for the sake of the power unit, as well as to take advantage of the benefits of using CERAMIZER, namely lower fuel consumption of the car. So far I’ve done ok. 4,000 km after applying the additive along with fresh oil, my feelings are the most positive. The car drives as it drove, and the combustion is noticeably lower:))) It is a pity that I did not have and do not have the opportunity to take compression measurements, but I am sure that CERAMIZER works exactly according to the description;))) So I join the group of satisfied supporters, I RECOMMEND CERAMIZER!!!

Xavier Painted
Opinion sent on: 2012-05-13


Volkswagen Golf Estate

Year of Build: 1996
Engine size: 1.8 55kW
Mileage: 210 600 km

Let me start with the fact that the pressure of the new engine in this particular model is from 0.9 to 1.2 Mpa. I bought this car for quite good money in very good bodywork condition. The engine walked very positively come I was worried about one thing and that is combustion. In the urban cycle, it was able to absorb as much as 14 liters of fuel in the autumn and winter season. So I visited a mechanic friend and replaced the candles, cables, dome along with the timing finger coil with filter module and first of all I set the ignition because it was almost three times higher than the factory one and we checked the compression pressure. The first piston had 9.2, the second piston 8.8, the third piston 8.9, the fourth piston 9.0. As you can see, pretty good for 185,000 mileage. When buying, the engine wore out relatively equally. In this way, I have already descended to 11 liters per 100 km. I found Ceramizer quite by accident – on the Internet. I followed the instructions and poured into the engine with a trembling hand for fear of going to the gravel in a week. I still had 2500 to change the oil so I think – I’ll try. After changing the oil, I was at another mechanic’s office asking me to measure the pressure again.
Result:
The first piston 10, the second piston 10, the third piston 9.8, the fourth piston 10. To my delight, I bought one more and poured it into fresh oil. To be honest, my jaw dropped. Unfortunately, I don’t have any documentation because I didn’t think about it at the time. My combustion dropped to 10l in the urban cycle (autumn winter) and 8 to 8.5 (spring summer). Pretty good for an engine from the last century. I think that this is a product worth recommending. I noticed one more interesting thing. The oil at 12,000 after replacement was no longer as black as tar. I would almost forget, probably it’s important, the oil took about 500ml per 10,000 so everything is normal, it was at a similar level because of worn sealants as it seems to me.
Arek Wiencko
Opinion sent on 24.10.2011


VW GOLF IV 1.9 SDI

Year of Build: 2002
Engine size: 1896
Mileage: 285 000 km

Opinion: I highly recommend using Ceramizer. I applied Ceramizer to the gearbox, because the gearbox howled in fifth gear, and the cost of repairing the gearbox is known – it can knock you off your feet. Initially, I did not really believe in the effectiveness of this remedy, but after injecting the ceramizer to my surprise, the fifth gear stopped, of course, not immediately, but after driving about the same amount of km, as stated in the ceramizer’s manual. I have already made on ceramizer about 5 thousand. km and everything is ok. The advantage of ceramizer is, in addition to its properties, easy application, thanks to a syringe that can be injected directly into the box – no syringes needed as with other means. Personally, I will always use ceramizer in case of any ailments – if it does not help, it certainly does not hurt. So before we make a mechanic, let’s first try to use ceramizer.
Tomasz Rojewski
Opinion sent on 24.11.2012


VW GOLF IV

Year of Build: 1998
Engine size: 1.4 16V
Mileage: 265 000 km

I’ve always liked the Golf “four” and I really wanted to have it. Having no support or idea about buying a car, I became the owner of a blue foursome. The car is perfect for me: small, agile, maneuverable, pretty. When I bought them, the previous owner told me to take care of the car as he did, and above all to control the condition of the oil.
I rode golf very well. It served me mainly for commuting to work and shopping. One day while driving to work, I heard a sound and the oil light came on. I immediately stopped and, terrified, didn’t know what to do. I called my dad to ask him to come to me. When Dad arrived, he checked the condition of the oil and found that the bayonet was below the minimum scale. Dad poured a liter of oil, I started the engine, the light went out and I continued driving. A few days later, the situation was repeated. Oil was added again and I drove on. However, after a few days, the oil light came on again. I got there and went to the mechanic after work. During the visit, the mechanic told me that this is a common ailment of these 1.4 engines because they burn oil and you need to make a head. The mechanic valued the repair at PLN 1,000, I agreed and set aside the Golfik for repair. After a few days I picked up the car, slimmer by 1.000zl, but I could still enjoy driving my car, until …

Opinion Volkswagen Golf 4

After about two months, the situation repeated itself: an oil indicator and a frightening sound. I stood and checked the condition of the oil – no trace on the scoop. I called for help, they brought me the oil and went back to the mechanic, who assured me that after it was repaired, everything would be fine. During a visit to the mechanic, he stated that I should change the oil to mineral with such a high mileage and as part of the warranty he will replace it for me for free. After changing the oil to mineral (the mechanic gave me 1 liter for a possible refill), I checked the condition of the oil every day. Unfortunately, the oil continued to decline from kilometer to kilometer. Embarrassed by the mechanic’s assurances, I decided to go to another. The second mechanic, confirmed the words of the previous mechanic what are the disadvantages of this engine and stated that you need to replace the valve sealants and he will do it for me for PLN 1,500, but he will also replace the timing to be sure, because maybe it is wrongly set and thus can also take oil. A week passes and I pick up the car. It just so happened that I had to go on a longer route of about 300km. I was probably driving because after this repair everything is supposed to be OK and will not take oil. I came home and when I opened the entrance gate I heard a knock in the engine and when I went inside I heard a sound and saw the oil control. My irritation reached its climax. I brought the car into the yard and the next day I went with my dad to the mechanic who was repairing the engine. After a rather turbulent exchange, he said that the engine is suitable for scrap and if I want to continue driving the Golf I should sell and buy the current one with a 1.6 engine because it does not have such problems.

I was distraught and didn’t know what to do with this car because I was very good to drive it. I decided to sell it and buy it with a 1.6 engine. I posted an advertisement, but unfortunately without any response from potential buyers. I practically did not drive this car anymore. After a month, one customer spoke and the first thing he asked about the condition of the engine and above all whether he takes oil – I told the truth. One day I was in an automotive store to buy oil (I was already buying the cheapest of the cheapest) and the seller recommended me to buy a ceramizer for the engine, which, as the manufacturer assures, will reduce oil consumption. I did not want to believe it and thanked the Lord, but after returning home I came to your website and carefully read about the properties of ceramizer. I thought: help, maybe it will help, harm, maybe it will not hurt, besides, nothing will hurt this engine anymore and on the same day I went to the store and bought a ceramizer. From the store I went for an oil change, changed it and drove home. The next morning I read the instructions and applied ceramizer. I started the engine, worked for 15 minutes and went on a route to Szczecin (about 250km in both directions). I drove about 70-80km / h I reached the place (I did 115km) and checked the condition of the oil. I was flooded to the maximum state on the scoop and after driving these 115km maybe a millimeter went down. I’ve done the trick and I’m going home on the same route and the same speed. I arrived home and unpacked and after about 20 minutes I checked the condition of the oil. On the scoop went down another millimeter. A little emotions subsided, but as after 1500km is to be OK, it did not give up and I bought a second ceramizer, which I planned to apply after driving 500km. As every day I went to work, but I checked the oil after driving 500km and to my surprise the condition of the oil was correct, that is, between the minimum and the maximum. Overjoyed, I applied another dose of ceramizer, because I was about to go to Szczecin again. After returning from Szczecin I already had 800km done with ceramizer and checked the condition of the oil and after this run there was still a normal state between the minimum and maximum, and earlier after driving 300-400km I had to add 1 liter of oil. I decided that if after 1500km further the oil will not decrease, I will not sell my blue hornet. I did 1500km and the oil does not decrease. From the moment of using ceramizer to today, 2 years and 10 months have passed and during this time I have done almost 40 thousand kilometers. It is true that I have to add oil but about half a liter for 10,000 kilometers and not for 100 kilometers. I change the oil every 10,000 km and use semi-synthetic and not mineral. It is a pity that I did not learn about ceramizer earlier because I would have saved over PLN 2,000 on unnecessary repairs. I recommend everyone to use ceramizer, because nowadays most mechanics would only take money and not be responsible for their repairs. This is an alternative, although it will not fix everything, but it will certainly solve the problem so that the engine does not take oil. Thank you very much for this “drug” for my engine. Use and you will not regret it!
I greet and recommend
Ewelina Nowak
Opinion sent on 6/18/2013


VW Golf mkIV

Year of Build: 1998
Engine capacity:1896 ccm
Mileage: 261 000 km (estimated actual about 400 000 km – 450 000 km)

Opinion Ceramizer Volkswagen Golf 4
At the beginning I was skeptical but due to the low price I took a chance and bought 2 pcs. Ceramizer for my engine. I followed the instructions, the second Ceramizer poured after 600km from the application of the first. The effects at the beginning were imperceptible but after driving about 300 km I noticed that the engine works quieter (winter and warm). After driving 500km on a warm, running engine, I unscrewed the oil filler cap and loosely left it in place. Effect? Amazing – the cork vibrated slightly for 2 seconds and then sucked into the filler hole! Previously, the cork simply blew and fell from the engine – Ceramizer eliminated the effect of “blow-offs”. In addition, the engine has clearly INCREASED POWER. I used the second dose because in my car the odometer was certainly reversed and the mileage is significant (above 300,000 2 doses are recommended). Currently, I have already done 1000km with Ceramizer and I am still positively surprised. I highly recommend it! Even as prophylaxis with a small mileage because prevention is cheaper than repairs and repairs.
Greetings and thank you 🙂
Michal Skupinski
Opinion sent on 29/07/2013


VW Golf IV

Engine size: 1.9
Mileage: 270 000 km
On 18.03.2011 I changed the oil to Castrol Magnatec 10W40 earlier on this oil the engine “took oil” about 0.5 liters per week. I also tested Mobil 1 and Valvoline oil, but these changes did not work. And finally, a friend recommended your product to me and I changed the oil to Castrol and poured Ceramizer following the directions given, I have already driven about 1000 km and I already have the effects:
-no so-called oil intake by the engine
-the engine began to work quieter, before pouring the preparation after starting the engine after the night the engine worked very loudly now works the same whether it is hot or cold.
-minimally reduced fuel consumption earlier in the city smoked 6 liters I do not know how it relates to the route because I have not yet had a long route. So far I am very satisfied with the results of ceramizer
Best regards
RAFAL PATER
Opinion sent on 27.01.2008


VW Golf petrol

Year of Build: 1994
Engine size: 1.6
Mileage: 190 000 km

I applied Ceramizer four times. Before use, I had an oil leak from under the gasket. I don’t currently have an oil loss in my engine. The engine runs quieter and evenly. The previous owner used semi-synthetic oil periodically.
Arkadiusz Sobieszek
Opinion sent on 2013-09-15


VW Jetta (1984)

Ceramizer in the engine I used on 06.04.2005r., the next day was planned route 200km. I was driving at a speed of 60-70 km / h. Practically after this drive, you could already feel the difference in the operation of the engine. Without measurements, the increased power of the engine is felt, its quieter operation, a huge difference in the acceleration of the car, especially at higher revs. As for the ease of starting it, it is difficult for me to relate to it, because the worst is with it in winter. When it comes to fuel economy, I also get the impression that it is better, because it has remained at about the same level, but I can sometimes afford a bit of “fantasy”, however it may sound. Sometimes I feel like looking at the faces of the drivers of the cars I pass. I’m driving – VW Jetta vintage 1984.
Best regards
Tomasz Kotulski


VW Jetta 1.6 TD (1991)

After applying the preparation in (VW Jetta 1.6 TD, 1991) significantly decreased fuel consumption, during frosts the engine fires up easier and quieter. The preparation was also used in the gearbox. It is quieter and the characteristic “hooking” has disappeared.
Agula_ll


Volkswagen Pasat

Year of Build: 1991
Engine size: 1800
Mileage: 270 000 km

Opinion: At the beginning I have to write that I did not believe in these miracles but a friend persuaded me and bought a ceramizer for the engine, after changing the oil flooded this miracle ignited the engine and waited what will happen I will add only that the engine was already very strong kicked at start-up took oil and the power it was possible to fry. At the beginning after about 20 minutes I noticed a significant mute of the engine stopped ringing in it and wogule as if it started to walk differently, so I started to drive normally, after driving about 500 km cinik regained power stopped kicking at start no normally spells. Now I have przejeczane about 1500 km I swept the pressure on the cylinders and as for 1 was 8 bar it is now 11 as with the new rings combustion fell by about 4 liters of gas, well just a revelation.

Miroslaw Niziałek
Opinion submitted on: 2012-05-24


VW Pasat

Year of Build: 1994
Engine size: 2.0 TDI
Mileage: 107 000 km

VW Pasat 2.0 TDI on unit injectors, 8-valve, mileage 107 000 km rubbed camshaft and more precisely the shell without damaging the shaft. I checked the oil pressure and at 850 rpm it was 0.5 bar, (correct value 0.9-1.0 bar), at 2000rpm the pressure was 1.8 bar (correct value 2.5-3.0 bar), at 4000 rpm it was 2.0 bar, (correct value 4.0-4.6 bar). I also checked the connecting rod shells on which a very small abrasion without the so-called scratches was visible. The silver coating on the shell was wiped out. The shaft bore no signs of damage.
The owner decided to use Ceramizer because he cannot afford to change the oil pump. Camshaft shells were replaced. Ceramizer was added to the engine and the owner complied with the attached leaflet. He arrived after driving 500 km and the oil pressure at idle was checked, it was 1.0 bar, and at 4000 rpm it was 4.2 bar. It turned out that the oil pump was regenerated during the trowel.
Opinion sent on: 2014-10-14


VW Passat 1.9 TDI

I bought Ceramizer for Passat 1.9 tdi with a mileage of 150 000 km. I bought it only because I was tapping one glass in the timing. After applying the ceramizer, and driving 15,000 km, the tapping calmed down a bit, but it did not stop completely! It was only when I re-applied this preparation, and after driving the next 10,000 km, that the tapping stopped completely! I also used this preparation for the gearbox but I did not notice any significant changes in its operation, because nothing was wrong with the gearbox, and I used it only preventively.
WALDEK.


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1999
Mileage: 220 000 km

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I will write a few words about your “miracle”, i.e. Ceramizers for engines. I’ve never believed in such things, because I’ve always heard a lot of negative words about it. I’ve never had a chance to talk to anyone about it who would use such engine enhancers. I even drove around the city and close to our ring road and asked on CB radio and no one answered me about it, they just said “Go to the mechanic and do the renovation and you will have peace of mind”. Once I wanted to pour Moto Doctor but I doubted. But slowly, from the beginning. I have a Passat TDI from 1994 station wagon with a mileage of 281 thousand. km (I do not know if this is the real odometer). This is my 4th car, and the first in the dizl. I have had it for 2 years. During the holidays I was returning from Grudziądz to Gdańsk and approx. 45 km in front of the house, the oil pressure indicator light came on and tragedy: the turbine went to me. It’s hard to say.

I bought a turbine, after replacing it took oil, smoked, just not this car. I drove from mechanic to mechanic and no results. One mechanic friend would say to me, “Boy, you measure the pressure!” and I still didn’t have time (work and work). I will add that last winter it fired badly in the morning and every day. Finally, I made an appointment to measure the pressure on Tuesday, and on Thursday evening I found the Ceramizer.pl website on the Internet and read a little about it. I also read customer reviews. I was surprised by the positive feedback. I did not give up and found a customer review site other than Ceramizer.pl. I read and thought “once goat death”, at most my engine will pop up. I found a shop where you could buy this “invention” near my home, i.e. Gdansk and I went and bought, the cost of 60 zł for the engine. On Saturday morning I got up, drove and warmed up the car and did the rest as in the manual. I rode on Sunday for a long time, but slowly. On Monday morning it was +3 degrees, he fired from the first kick. I will add that at +10 degrees I shot with 3 times. I’m shocked, it works. For now, I have done 509 km and I am going to pour a second ceramizer into the engine, maybe it will be even better. I had such symptoms: I smoked badly in the morning, took oil, smoked gray until the engine warmed up (the gasket under the head is ok), I had combustion in the norm. I will recommend to everyone who has older engines, it is ok. I really didn’t believe it. Oh, I will add that when I bought Ceramizer, when I saw this syringe, I started laughing and it was out loud. Such a small portion I think and is to help. I could have written for a long time, but it worked. I think that there are a lot of such people (doubters). I didn’t believe in it, but now I know and I don’t regret it (for now). I’ll write more when I pour one more Ceramizer into the engine and see what will happen with my engine in the winter. I will definitely write to you. I greet all the Undecided.
Marcin Kielka from Gdańsk
Opinion sent on 9.11.2010.


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1991
Hello, I have a used car 15 year old passat. I’ve been driving it for about 2 years. When buying, the compression pressure was checked, but with an ordinary instrument without a graph. It was known to me that I would have to do an engine overhaul. But after a long search on allegro, I found a means to rebuild the surface layer, i.e. ceramizer. Before buying, I talked to a mechanic friend and he was skeptical about something like this, since there were a lot of products on the market to rebuild the engine surface and they caused failures, i.e. clogged filters, channels, etc. that’s why he was going to help. After thinking about it, I broke through and bought one of these miraculous means for the engine. After reading the instructions and applying Ceramizer, I slightly felt an improvement. Unfortunately, I had no way to measure the compression pressure after the kilometers traveled. At the last visit to the service station and oil change, I asked to check the compression on the first cylinder and what turned out?, that the value it showed is close to optimal as in the new engine !!!!!!!!!! I thought it was impossible and again, and so !!!!!!!!!!!!! I arrived home stunned and very satisfied with the product. So I bought one more package, but together with the addition to the gearbox. I’m one hundred percent sure that it works because I found out the hard way. This remedy is effective. IT IS SENSATIONAL! EERIE! SINCE THEN, I RECOMMEND AND PRAISE IT TO FRIENDS, KNOWING THAT IT WILL DEFINITELY HELP, AND WILL NOT HURT.
Sincerely, Andrzej Anchim


VW Passat 1.9 (1994)

I consider “ceramizer” to be an extremely effective means of regenerating weakened engine parts. I myself applied it to the engine,because “knocked” on me glasses of pushers. After applying the preparation twice and driving about 3000km, the tapping stopped. The engine has noticeably become brisker! I did not make pressure measurements in the cylinders, because I was standing thin with the cash register, and therefore I gave up. In any case, I urge you to take a chance and use the “ceramizer”.
Waldemar Daniewicz
Opinion sent on 25.04.2008


VW Passat B4

Capacity: 1.8
Year of Build: 1995
I applied ceramizers to the engine, transmission, power steering and fuel. My passat had 400,000 km of mileage, its gearbox was already jammed, which irritated me the most, and since the price of the set is attractive, so I bought the set. The improvement in the box was after driving 40 km! After 15000 it goes like new! As for the engine, the revs have leveled out and the passat has better dynamics, and the support is much lighter. I can write about this product alone, and I drove about 20,000 km from their use and bought a new set – I also recommended it to friends.
Chris Berger
Opinion sent on 19.02.2010


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1995
Engine Capacity: 1.9 TDI
Ceramizer used : for the box.
Reason: Hard-entering “one”. After changing the oil to a new one (mobil synthetic) and adding the preparation, the gear began to enter much better. After driving about 2000 km in a month, the problem stopped completely. The one wcghodzi smoothly, without any blocking. I will add that the “merged” old oil according to the mechanic looked relatively fresh so the possibility of the influence of new oil is eliminated here.

Mariusz G.


VW Passat (1998)

I would like to describe my impressions and experience gained during more than one year of operation of my car after using ceramizers included in the Repair Kit No. 2, acquired via the Internet in the company producing Ceramizery. A few weeks earlier, the engine of my VW Passat 1900 TDI (year of manufacture 1998, mileage at that time – about 175,000 km) for unknown reasons failed during normal use. It consisted in damaging the valve, head and piston of the fourth cylinder with metal particles detached from the exhaust valve plug. Fortunately, the cylinder smooth was not damaged. Most likely, the cause of the damage was some fatal blockage of this valve in the guide, as a result of which it did not have time to “hide” in its socket and was “caught up” by the piston approaching the upper return position. This mechanism is typical of many diesel engines: if the valve does not “hide” in time in the valve socket, a collision with the sliding piston bottom may occur. Of course, this is an abnormal situation, although – as my case shows – it is quite real. The considered hypothetical primary cause of the failure could also be spontaneous crushing of part of the valve plug due to material fatigue, weakening of the tappet spring or temporary blockage of the valve stem in the guide, but after dismantling the engine, no damage to the spring or traces of valve seizure were found. After receiving the car after the repair, I noticed that its engine walked differently than before the failure and as if slightly “patted”. The mechanic stated that this is a typical phenomenon that can occur after removing this type of damage and that it is temporary. From the compression pressure measurements I carried out, it appeared that the repaired cylinder was more than 10% worse than the other three cylinders, in which this value was even and within a decent range. Also this phenomenon was defined by this mechanic as resulting from a change in the conditions of cooperating pairs of rubbing new elements: piston-piston rings-cylinder and transient after their mutual arrival during operation. Unfortunately, I do not have a printout of the compression pressure in the engine, dating from that period. By chance at that time, i.e. in the second half of April 2005, on the Internet I found a website of a company offering modern preparations for the regeneration of mechanical elements of car engines called Ceramizer. I decided to try them out, using them in my car. Although the cost of buying them was quite high, I made the purchase in the hope that perhaps it would help in the work of my engine and gearbox. One of them served as an additive to fuel, the second – to the oil in the gearbox, and the third – to the oil in the engine. I used Ceramizers in accordance with their instructions added to the received shipment and started using them in the first days of May 2005. Their application did not pose any major problems, maybe only the need to limit the engine speed (and thus driving) in the initial period. During this operation, lasting over 12 months, I did not notice any disturbing symptoms of poor operation of the engine, gearbox and other mechanical assemblies of the car, the work of which could have been affected by the use of the above-mentioned preparations. However, I would like to briefly describe my observations regarding their positive impact on the whole issue. First of all, after using ceramizers, I gained a positive attitude to the operation of my car, which in itself was a benefit – and not measurable – for me as a user. After a period of about one or two months and driving about 4,000 km, I noticed that the engine was quieter, less shaking and that the previously audible “patting” had subsided. After measuring the compression pressure, it turned out that it was equalized in all cylinders, including the one repaired after the failure. In addition, in the winter I noticed a general improvement in the operation (lighter shifting) of the gear shifter, and especially there was a facilitation of switching on the second gear, which during previous winters during the operation of the car in low temperatures showed great resistance. It seems to me that the smoke from the exhaust pipe has also decreased during the morning cold engine starts after an all-night stop. Records from the year-round service life of the purchase of diesel fuel for my car show that the average consumption remained unchanged or even slightly decreased (I estimate that by about 0.3 dm3/100 km), because my car is inherently satisfied with relatively small amounts of fuel, and during operation there are differences in the nature and driving conditions, routes, method of use (temporary changes in the driver’s temperament, different vehicle loads), etc., I do not know whether this difference resulting from accounting calculations is not the result of the spread of the volume or quality (purity, water content, etc.) of the refueled fuel caused by the tolerance of the indications of distributors located at different fuel stations. Fuel consumption could also have been affected by the quality of the engine oil I used. Perhaps I also had an unconscious change in driving style, resulting in lower fuel demand, although I do not notice that I am now moving slower or less efficiently than before. On the contrary – it seems to me that, for example, the time of traveling a fixed distance, which I have been covering invariably every week for several years (about 160 km in each direction), has been slightly shortened, which would rather indicate an objectively faster ride. However, this may also be due to other reasons than improving the engine’s operation or unconscious change in driving style and may be caused, for example, by a change in traffic organization or the surface on the route. In any case – which I consider indisputable – during the entire period under consideration, i.e. from 1 May 2005 to today, not only did I not manage to observe the negative impact of the Ceramizer preparations used on my car, which – like everything – managed to wear out and grow old a little during this time, but I even noticed some positive aspects of their use, although maybe not particularly spectacular. Some of them – I hope – I managed to objectively assess and describe above. Therefore, I would be happy to use these preparations in the further operation of my vehicle. My name is Robert Kalisz and I am the only user of the above-mentioned vehicle.


VW Passat

engine capacity: 2.0 TDI PD 140 hp
mileage: 175 000 km

The problem of the above car was that the particulate filter was clogged (the degree of clogging was 147%). What the computer signaled by the operation of the power unit in avaryjne mode.
The car was in the VW service, forced DPF regeneration was carried out there, to no avail. The owner came to cut the DPF. It was designed to carry out forced regeneration of the filter, with the addition of Ceramizer agents. The man agreed, but was skeptical. Due to the fact that the VW ASO carried out forced regeneration with a negative effect.
Two syringes of ceramizer fuel enricher were added to the fuel in the amount of 30l ON along with a product called DETOX (60 ml).
DPF regeneration was launched. After about 5 minutes, white smoke began to come out of the exhaust (in the meantime, the Municipal Guard and the Fire Brigade arrived on the spot, which was called by a “polite” neighbor of the workshop …). After another few minutes, I do not know exactly how long it took due to the conversation with the Municipal Guard officer, black smoke was already coming out of the exhaust of the vehicle. Regeneration was completed after about 15-20 minutes. Moments after the regeneration was completed, white smoke came out of the exhaust. They waited for the exhaust and the turbine to cool down, because during firing there was a very high temperature (EGT). The computer checked the state of filling the filter which was only 37%. After about 2 weeks, the owner called with information that there was no longer a problem with the DPF.
The above situation clearly indicates that the agents produced by Ceramizer are very effective in case of problems with particulate filters.


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1996
Engine capacity: 1.9 TDI 1Z engine
I presented a positive opinion about ceramizer for the engine a few years ago when applying the Wartburg 1.3 to the car. Encouraged by this positive experience, I applied to the currently operated car. since there are no reasons to “save” the engine yet, I applied to the gearbox, which had the following shortcomings:
– problems with switching on the 1st gear (very difficult)
– occasional problems with engaging the reverse gear.
I would like to point out that the decoupling system is fully operational and cannot be the cause of the above-mentioned problems.
I added the preparation to the gearbox, according to the attached instructions, and followed the recommended driving technique. Observations (I remind you that “regenerates” the gearbox, so the lack of any results and measurements, we are talking only about subjective, but honest feelings):

0-100 km: the efficiency of the box unchanged, still 1-ka is hard to turn on, reverse rarely used, although curiosity told you to check, rather unchanged

100-350 km: it seems that something has improved, but what can the subconscious do 🙂 I can’t say it’s better.

350-870 km: DRIVING WITH A CARAVAN – here I would rather make a theory, but I dare say that driving with a heavy load intensified the process. A car with low power (90 hp) and a trailer, so frequent driving in low gears and in traffic jams “one” on a daily basis.

Effect – I do not know what is the problem with turning on the 1st gear. I will end the relationship here, because I am not competent to conduct theoretical considerations. For me, what counts is the effect that I obtained using ceramizer. It does not affect my well-being that I added something that will not hurt or maybe help?
GEARBOX IN MY CAR CERAMIZER HELPED !
Since I bought a kit that also included a ceramizer for the engine, I will no doubt use it for the next oil change. If there is an opportunity, I will take measurements and share the results with you.
Jacek Juchniewicz
Opinion sent on 26.09.2008.

Volkswagen Passat 1.9 TDI, VW Passat 1.9 TDI, engine, gearbox

The opinion concerns the ceramizer for the power steering system.

This is the last ceramizer that I have used, but not in the sense that I will not be anymore – on the contrary, !!! The last, because I have already applied all the others and my positive or even “healing” effects of the previous ones, I allowed myself to describe.

Usually, I do not interfere in something that the factory has done, as long as I do not notice any malfunctions. Because how to check it and what effect to achieve? Together, I didn’t like the sounds coming from the power steering system, more specifically “humming” of the pump when quickly turning the steering wheel at a standstill and when driving in a curve, during the maximum twisting of the wheels. I thought to myself, if the ceramizer significantly improved the work of another, previously described car, since the shortcoming that the gearbox showed were removed, then I will reach for the ceramizer to the power steering system. ONCE AGAIN, I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED !!! I can not determine exactly how long the regeneration lasted, but not longer than 1500-2000 km from the use of ceramizer. After about such a time, I remembered and became interested (listened more) in the work of the power steering system.
Currently, the pump is working (I can hear it) but not “buzzing”. Unpleasant sounds disappeared at the maximum twisting of the wheels.

Once again I used ceramizer (now all products) and I am SATISFIED WITH THE FINAL EFFECT – this is what counts most for the user. I do not hide that the description of the essence of the action that you have placed on the website is in favor of using these measures.
Anonymous
Opinion sent on 20.01.2009.


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1987
Capacity: 1.6 diesel
I am very pleased that my opinion on ceramizers may turn out to be important to you. Unfortunately, I do not have any written evidence, so I have to rely on my subjective impressions of the driver and the owner of the car, well, but in the end I bought ceramizers not for research purposes, but to improve the performance of my car. And these and yes, have improved significantly, thanks to which I saved not only money on fuel but – most importantly for me – a lot of nerves during the just past, hard and cold winter. The car I drive is an old, produced in 1987 Volkswagen Passat with a diesel engine with a capacity of 1600 ccm. I am not able to determine the true mileage of this vehicle, besides, I bought it knowing that the engine was replaced and the odometer showed about 220,000 kilometers … which seemed suspiciously little to me anyway. The car was operational, but after a few months I noticed intense smoke from the exhaust pipe, blows through the smoke on the air filter, lack of power, and finally – engine oil consumption exceeding all standards. In other words: the engine was “starting to run out”… I could not afford to renovate, I could not afford to buy another engine as well, I do not trust all sorts of “doctors” thickening oil, so in total I have already come to terms with the idea that there are about nine months left until the “technical death” of the car, a year with good treatment … I was not happy about it, I bought this car with the idea that it would serve faithfully as a capacious and economical workhorse for at least three years.
Because from time to time I make purchases or sell something with the help of Allegro on ceramizery I got there. I read the description and opinions of users, I laughed a little about driving a Polonaise without oil because I am skeptical by nature and I have a problem with believing in miracles, I calculated that my car would need at least 2 packages of ceramizer which means a cost exceeding PLN 100. For others it’s probably small, for me it’s not…. I gave up. A few days later I talked about ceramizers with a colleague who has the same car, you know, car drivers, especially those driving the same model, have something to talk about. The content of the conversation I forgive myself, one thing is important – a friend of ceramizery applied and praised terribly. I returned to the topic, I felt sorry for this stówki cruelly but the promised benefits were tempting, I clicked “buy now”.
I studied the instructions for use several times, gave ceramizer to the engine and according to the recommendations I used the car as if I was driving Mrs. Daisy … The improvement did not appear suddenly, I will be honest, after two weeks I doubted whether it would appear at all. Grief for the lost stówka was growing. Somewhere after a month and a half I went to visit a family living at a considerable distance, I think: the work of the engine and the increase in power are impressions that are difficult to measure. Maybe it’s actually easier to spin, maybe less smoke, even some cars I can overtake…. but all this cannot be measured, or at least I do not have the right desires. But – measuring combustion is not such a philosophy again. I flooded the car to full and set off on a 500-kilometer route. And then, refueling the car on the way back, I stopped regretting the money spent. It is known that depending on the driving style, the car burns differently, but I knew one thing about mine: on this route it always took 32 – 35 liters of diesel fuel. This time, 26 liters of !!! You can’t fool yourself so much, even driving 90 per hour on the entire route!! So ceramizer works!! Later it was only better. The smoke from the pipe has disappeared, the air filter that was constantly changed before is now dry, the blows visible after opening the oil filler cap have disappeared. I am talking about verifiable facts. My impression that the car starts better, walks more evenly, has gained power and is definitely quieter is just an impression, it is impossible to check and no one has to believe me. But the facts remain facts – I added less and less oil to the engine, now I do not have to add anymore, the cost of traveling 100 kilometers has fallen, the investment in ceramizer has paid off and brings profits … And then there was this last winter – I wanted to laugh, and maliciously. Like some of my newly-rich neighbors in glittering wickets laughed at my old Passat… At minus 25 degrees at 6.00 in the morning I got into my VW, heated the candles twice and fired the car. My neighbors fired up their cell phones and called the radiotaxi with cables :-))) Maybe it’s not nice that I’m a little mean, but I don’t know a real driver who wouldn’t be oversensitive about his car. I like my Passat very much and I’m terribly happy that I was able to postpone its end… I’m not saying that ceramizer painted over the traces of rust on the fenders, repaired the rear wiper and glued the lampshade from the lamp – this is not a “gray ointment” for any car malfunctions. But I know for sure that the engine is still moving only thanks to the ceramizer, I did not use anything else. So much for my impressions of using ceramizer… I do not want to convince anyone, the expense, as I wrote for me, at least was considerable. But it paid off, and that’s the point.
Andrew Karpinski


VW Passat B3

hello, I have no reservations for this Allegrowicza:-) after using your product-ceramizera, my car (WV passat B3) began to work better, the operation of the engine has changed-quieter behaves, the consumption of engine oil has decreased and the combustion of gas has decreased.
andrew517


VW Passat 1.9 TDI

Year of Build: 1995
Mileage: 340 560 km

Opinion:After applying the ceramizer, I observed the work of the engine and the behavior of the car. Taking into account that I live in an area characterized by low temperatures (polar region), I did not expect to get surprising results right away. But it turned out that after driving 2500 km I started to notice that the morning start was faster and easier, especially because the temperatures were very low. In addition, the car began to work more smoothly and the engine consumed slightly less fuel. On the other hand, the actual effects could be observed after about 5000 km. The current i do not have driven over 8500 km from the use of ceramizer to the engine and I will say briefly: it works. I did not really believe how a friend recommended me ceramizer and I will honestly say that I consciously applied it to the oldest car jekie I have that in case of failure not to be too big losses. Now I know for sure that I will apply ceramizer to every car I will drive and besides, I will recommend it to my colleagues who, living here, have the same problems with engines, i.e. especially difficult start in the morning. I recommend ceramizer to everyone it really works.
Andrzej Franas, Sweden
Date of review: 1.05.2010


VW Passat 1.8T (1997)

Ceramizer for the engine and ceramizer for fuel, which I bought in your company exceeded my expectations. I drive a Passat, which is already 250k. wound, and after using ceramizers: first of all, the engine works better, the engine starts better at low temperatures (I mention that I live in northern Sweden and temp. they reach here even up to -30st. and more. Combustion decreased in my opinion, because on the route the average came out 8.6 and in urban traffic up to 10 liters in August, and this is a station wagon so probably more need not be commented.
I recommend Ceramizera products because they are sensational. Ceramizer for the engine that I ordered now I intend to use in the Hyundai Santa Fe from 2004. I promise that I will share my opinion with you.
Yours – Arek.
Opinion sent on 17.06.2009


VW Passat B

Year of Build: 1991
Engine capacity: 1.9 DIESEL

Hi all my husband bought me a Passat B3 with engine 1.9 diesel mileage 210000????? without turba for funny money, as it turned out later it was known why. Its compression was in a deplorable state, the blows of the engine that the winds at sea are smaller. In short, the engine was already ending, and I could not afford the renovation exceeding PLN 1500. A husband by profession an electrician and at home a car mechanic decided to look for help on the Internet and after a few days of searching he found your product. He was very negative about various types of oil additives because they usually kill the engine and that’s it. But he was tempted and does not regret 60zł. After applying the ceramizer and driving 300km, the engine began to work more pleasantly. During start-up, the engine no longer made strange sounds as it was before. After further driving and driving 1000 km, the engine blows decreased significantly, in short, further kilometers increased its power and more stable operation. This remedy really revelation I recommend to everyone, it is worth buying. 60 PLN compared to 1500 PLN is really a drop in the ocean, and really
REVELATION!!!!
REGARDS ZUZIA 152
Opinion sent on 05.02.2009.


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1997
Engine size: 1.6l

I used ceramizer for the engine, gearbox and fuel refiner. I have to admit that it really works; the engine now runs much quieter and evenly, it is as if more agile. As for the gearbox before the addition of ceramizer, the gears entered hard (two and reverse above all) now enter lightly, the box works much better without complaints. I am really satisfied and recommend ceramizers to other owners of four wheels.
Grzegorz Mazur
Opinion sent on 11.12.2009.


VW Passat GL Estate

Year of Build: 1994
Engine size: 1.8l
Mileage: 399 000 km

Opinion: Before the first use of Ceramizer, I had a general overhaul of the engine and found out what its condition is. I was a little skeptical about the use of Ceramizer, because how is it possible to go without oil? I somehow did not notice any noticeable changes, except that the engine began to work somehow differently, but positively differently. Later, I bought Ceramizer again.
After driving about 130 thousand. km I had an engine failure. The failure consisted in the rupture of the rings on the piston and burned a hole in the piston. For 100km he took 2 liters of oil. I went to the workshop to fix it. To my surprise, as well as the mechanics, the cylinder was not damaged. There was not a single scratch, so I saved a little. I have no doubt that it is thanks to Ceramizer. Now I’ve applied it again, and I think I’ll always use it.
Regards Sebastian Wysocki
Opinion sent on 18.01.2013


VW Passat Variant Estate

Year of Build: 1999
Engine size: 1.8T 20V

I am pleasantly surprised by the operation of ceramizer to engines in this case in my lane, which I have already driven 250tys.km. I have already used ceramizer twice and really want to recommend this product to everyone. First of all, the engine works much better, and I live in northern Sweden where temperatures drop to -35/40 degrees, so far I have never had a problem with starting the engine, fuel consumption has dropped by some 5/6%, and for me it is a lot because I do about 20tys.km a year. So it in conversion to money gives a lot. Really good product-I recommend without two sentences. Unfortunately, I will not attach any measurements – here in Sweden it is difficult to deal with such matters.
Sincerely,
Arek


VW Passat 1.9 TDI

Year of Build: 1995
Engine size: 1900 ccm

Since I previously used Ceramizer in the Nissan Primera benz.2.0, which I use here where I live (northern Sweden Norrbotten I posted reviews last year), during my last stay in Poland I applied Ceramizer to a zone car that is used in the country. Although the condition of the engine did not indicate wear, nevertheless I am aware that it will certainly give something. And it worked. I know that nothing happens immediately and will not be immediately added 50% more power, but after driving about 2000 km I noticed successively the following changes for the better. That is, the engine runs quieter and more evenly, the characteristic turbo hole, which previously occurred especially acutely when towing a caravan, has decreased. Fuel consumption, which was relatively low, fell even further by about 12 – 15%, and this is certainly not due to the change in driving style. In addition, the work of hydraulic valve tappets, which were previously noisy, has calmed down. I used Ceramizer together with Lotos semisyntetik oil after replacement. And one more thing that also pleases is the easier start of the cold engine, although the car is garaged, but always the morning start required a noticeably longer spin of the starter than now. In addition, previously before the engine warmed up, a characteristic clatter was heard, which now passes faster into a pleasant to the ear sound of a well-arranged diesel. In addition, the car has gained in dynamics and the engine temperature indicator does not enter higher states even when standing in a traffic jam.

VW Passat engine, VW Passat gearbox

Because the effects that I have never doubted are a fact, I decided to apply your product to another car that I use here in the north: VW Caddy with 1.9 TDI engine. I bought this car a few weeks ago and of course the hydraulic valve pushers slap mercilessly. And because winter will soon come to us, which here lasts much longer than in Poland because it starts in mid-September and ends in May of the next year, I intend to use Ceramizer for the engine after changing the oil to the power to function freely during the polar night when temperatures fall below -38 degrees, which in a strong wind gives the feeling as if it was at least -50 degrees. All my friends to whom I recommended Ceramizer are satisfied with the effects of its operation and recommend it further. In addition, me and my friends did not have any problems with starting cars in the morning, while many neighbors instead of going to work in the morning had to call the service and tow their cars to the workshop. As soon as I do the test on the next car, I will try to post opinions about the effects.
Edward Białobrzeski
Opinion sent on 31.08.2009.


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1998
Engine capacity: 1.9 TDI

Opinion: I applied ceramizer to the gearbox. After using this product, I find the ease of shifting gears and quieter operation of the transmission. Mileage of the car 300tys. also the differences after using ceramizer are very noticeable. The vibrations of the gearbox knob have decreased. I recommend this product.
Magdalena Legendziewicz
Opinion sent on 16.07.2008


Volkswagen PASSAT B4 2.0B

Year of Build: 1993
Engine size: 2.0
Mileage: 270 000 km

Opinion: I have already used Ceramizer for the engine in previous cars, so it was also used in the Passat. I did not make any pressure measurements, but I do not add oil at all between changes. I ride on a Mobil 10W/40. The engine, despite its age, does not kick and for me it is quiet. However, the biggest surprise was the addition of ceramizer to the power steering.

Volkswagen Passat engine regeneration Ceramizer Volkswagen Passat engine regeneration Ceramizer
[Volkswagen Passat regeneracja silnika Ceramizer]
I replaced the magnifying glass that was leaking and changed it to a stimulant. After approx. 3 thousand the stimulant also began to leak. I considered 2 options: regeneration (500 – 600 PLN), or adding ceramizer. It fell on Ceramizer and the effect of adding is a constant level of oil in the tank, the maglownica stopped dripping. I did not observe lighter work, because in general, after replacing the maglownik, the used one worked more reluctantly. One more plus: with the wheels twisted to the maximum, the booster pump does not howl so much. I do not know if this state will last for a long time, but I have been driving for over a year and it is ok. Recommend
Arkadiusz Jurecki
Opinion sent on 25/2012


Volkswagen VW PASSAT

Year of Build: 1994
Engine capacity: 2.0 l
Mileage: 250 000 km

Opinion: Hello about Ceramizerach I learned from a friend very much recommended them to me so although I do not believe in any such CUDA I thought to myself and what will try there, my dump truck as for 2 liters of capacity and full injection began to have problems with ignition recently let go of smoke when smoking and generally did not have the power as before, I often go with a trailer so especially on gas sometimes I had to switch to gasoline to drive up a larger hill. So I flooded Ceramizer, earlier I changed the oil because my friend said that so better and as in the manual I started with a slow ride for about 200 km, already at the beginning I noticed that the engine as if quieter began to work so I went on the road to the mazury is ok. 700 km one way on the way I noticed that the engine begins to behave as it used to – it was snappy and completely different began to walk. After driving approx. 2000 km I was normally in shock the car began to walk as if I replaced the engine with a new one regained power and strength so that even with a trailer drove under all the mountains no just CUDA that such a small amount of the agent can affect the almost worn engine and so in old age I had to seduce in miracles and actually in modern technology I can recommend it calmly to everyone it really pays off.
JAN of Żagań
Opinion sent on: 28.08.2012


Volkswagen Passat

Year of Build: 2006
Engine size: 2.0 tdi, 140kM
Mileage: 100 000 km

I used in the gearbox super afterburner throwing gears is easier because you do not feel the synchronizers as before the application when shifting gears but also changed the oil synthetic Motul 300 for sports gearboxes and of course Ceramizer recommend but preferably with new oil. Best regards.
Andrew Dabrowski
Opinion sent on 2013-09-07


VW Passat Variant

Year of Build: 1999
Engine size: 1.8l
Mileage: 284 000 km

Opinion:Hello. I owned a Passat above. Recently I had to sell a car (replacement for diesel) in which I already used Ceramizer for the engine and fuel. The buyer of the Passat stated that he was shocked that an engine with such mileage could walk so well, evenly and quietly, so I explained to him that I used Ceramizer and I think that it affected VERY much how the engine worked and works with such mileage. Apropos of combustion in the city – 8.8 / 100km, and on the road when driving up to 130km / h – 7.6 I also think that great performance for this year of the car. I will also mention that I live in northern Sweden and winter conditions here are sometimes extreme. Once again I RECOMMEND!!! Ceramizers, I am satisfied.
Yours – Arek Arkadiusz Keler.
Opinion sent on 19.02.2013


VW Passat B4 station wagon

Year of Build: 1995
Engine size: 1800 ccm
Mileage: 480 000 km

I first encountered Ceramizer in 2008, reading on the forum. I approached the issue quite distrustfully, so I sent a few questions to the users of the auction portal “does it work?”.
Every feedback was very positive, so I tried My engine had a mileage of 320,000 km at the time. He took oil like crazy and smoked 11-12 l/100 km. Shock. I bought 1 dose of engine, 1 gearbox and 1 assist. Actually, nothing changed in the engine, but the box stopped jamming after 100 km and the steering wheel walked smoother and lighter, without jumps.
Encouraged – I bought 2 dos for the engine and …. I applied.
After driving 200 km, fuel consumption decreased by 1 l/100 km. Then the engine started to work without vibration on the cold, which was quite annoying for me.
15 000 km and oil change and again Ceramizer for the engine – 1 dose.
Oil consumption dropped to 0.5 liters per 15,000 km. Fuels up to 8 l/100 km. I practically do not have to add oil anymore. For each replacement, I add 1 dose of Ceramizer to the engine, just in case. Now my car has a mileage of 500,000 km and the engine works probably better than it was new, and I have been driving this car for 18 years …
The transmission has stopped making noise and for 5 years I have not had problems with the power steering. There are no side effects of using Ceramizer. There are no failures. I burn less fuel by about 30%. Engine oil similarly. The costs have been reimbursed many times. The operation of Ceramizer was also confirmed by my mechanic – which is probably a rare phenomenon.
I heartily recommend the products!
Chris Berger
Opinion sent on 2013-05-12


Volkswagen Passat

Year of Build: 1999
Engine size: 1.8
Mileage: 179 000 km

I used Ceramizer in my Passat. In order to have other data than purely subjective (e.g. quieter/lighter walking, etc.) before adding, I took a measurement of the compression pressure. I had 22 / 27 / 23 / 21 bar, currently I have 29 / 27 / 28 / 26 bar so the pressure went up and what is important it equalized on all cylinders. The engine burns a little less oil (although it did not burn much anyway). After adding, I >did 20 thousand. Miles. I admit that initially I had quite limited confidence in this preparation, but it worked for me, so there is something in it. I can recommend.
Anna Rzegocka
Opinion sent on 8/28/2013


VW Passat

Year of Build: 1999
Engine capacity: 1.9 tdi 110 km
Mileage: 352 000 km

I bought the car with a mileage of 160,000 km. I immediately applied Ceramizer then every 60,000 km. The car smokes at – 20 st. Celsius after 1 turn of the starter. Whether he walks quieter, evener, smokes less I do not know. It burns 6 liters of oil in mixed driving I still have magnetizers on fuel and air. Oil changed every 8.000 km 5 W -40 first Sunoco now FASTER OIL no branded company no longer exists. Turbo never replaced. I’m afraid to post a photo of this car because you can get your monitors dirty dear Internet users. We will see how many thousands the Donkey from Wolfsburg will pass.
Best regards
Witold Orzechowski
Opinion sent on 2014-01-31


VW Polo (1995)

Welcome.
Unfortunately, I do not have any charts documenting the pressure in the chambers, etc. I relied rather on my own observations. Initially, I was more focused on buying magnetizers, but these enjoy a not very good reputation. On the allegro I saw ceramizers and I found that it is worth a try. After using ceramizers, I drove these 200 km without exceeding 2800 revolutions. I left the car for a week because I left for the fair from the company. When I got back in the car, fired it up and was shocked… the engine walked much quieter and more evenly than before. Then I drove a little around the city and the car accelerated faster than before, it was more dynamic. The gearbox worked surprisingly smoothly, soft. I just haven’t used a fuel refiner yet, but that’s soon. From the use of ceramizers to the box and to the engine passed about 2 months and the engine still performs quite well. I have a VW Polo from 95 years but the engine works like a much younger one. As for me, ceramizery is a sensational thing, the rest I recommend although try … Worth.
Regards Krzysztof K.


Vw Polo 1.3

Make and model of vehicle: VW Polo 1.3 / Honda Accord 2.0 dohc
Year of Manufacture: VW 1988; 1990 Honda
Engine size: 1.3/2.0

I am a mechanic by education and profession. I live in Finland. I used your ceramizer only out of pure curiosity and here are the results – the first and older patient, i.e. polo mileage 225 000km engine without renovation, replacement of the timing belt, filters, oil + ceramizer. Before the light floating of the engine, burning oil in the limit of 200ml per 1000km, loud work of plumbers compression from 7.2 to 8 did not smoke. After 2000 thousand with ceramizer compression 8.5 to 9 oil burning 100 ml per 6000 km, after not removing the oil from the bowl the car worked 8 hours at idle, after pouring oil the pressure dropped by about 0.5 per cylinder the rest unchanged. The second patient honda mileage 198 700 compression 9.5 on 4 cylinders, oil burning none. After applying the ceramizer and driving 2500 km effects: burning 1.5 liters of fuel reduced ignition without a heating system at – 32 degrees Celsius for three revolutions of the starter, previously -20 small problem compression +2 up. In both cases, the engine operating culture improved significantly. On the way to the test, the third patient expects Mazda Astina 323f gb 1.6 92 r production. We will see the effects. In any case, I have no questions, well done gentlemen keep it up.
PS. I wanted to add that cars are used to this day and nothing has changed except for the kilometers traveled
Stanislaw Chrobak
Opinion sent on 27.12.2008.


VW Polo Classic

Year of Build: 1996
Engine capacity: 1.4 petrol
Mileage: 241 000 km

Opinion: Thank you very much to your company for such a good product. My old car was slowly approaching a major renovation. It is true that the engine took approx. 1 l of oil per shift (10-12 thousand), but it was harder to fire after a cold night. Now, after applying Ceramizer to the engine, power steering and fuel, everything has improved. I drove 4000 km on this product and what can I say: – the engine works quieter
– very easy to screw on the rotation
– valves have stopped clattering
– fuel consumption (LPG) decreased from 8.4 l to 6.8 l / 100 km of course on the route.

In the Sthil 350 scythe (two-stroke engine) Ceramizer I added to the oil added to the gasoline. The use of this mixture resulted in extending the operation of the scythe on one fuel tank from 45 minutes to less than 60 minutes. So, with a clear conscience, I can recommend Ceramizer.
Arkadiusz Blecha
Opinion sent on 11/13/2013


VW Sharan

Year of Build: 2000
Engine Capacity: 1.9 TDI Traditional Injections
Mileage: 210 000 km

Before adding: The engine did not take a lot of oil (up to 1.5 ltr per 15 thousand km), but worked noisily. In addition, in temp. 5-10 C (VW computer turns on 5C glow plugs< ), the engine fired in 2-3 times. After starting, sometimes a little slightly white and blue smoke appeared until the engine warmed up. Fuel consumption: 7.1 ltr /100km. Power: no remarks Headache: sometimes the head broke after 2 hours of driving After adding: Driven 3 thousand, km with Ceramizer (1 dose to engine oil). The engine always starts after the FIRST turn (about 2 seconds of starter operation. Work volume – DEFINITE IMPROVEMENT. Smoke: only immediately after ignition with strong gassing. Smoke slightly whitish and “disappears” – that is, it is practically the water vapor itself. Combustion: no change Power: non-nanny increase (in my subjective opinion) Headache after 2 and subsequent hours of driving: DISAPPEARED ;-)) (seriously, seriously!) Hmm – maybe I’ll buy another one for Agila? (on a cold engine, loud operation of the keyboard for 10-15 minutes – as if the glasses erased the slack only after the engine has heated).

Andrew Furman

Opinion sent on 3/31/2012


VW Scirocco 1.8 (1991)

I used the preparation in a Volkswagen Scirocco 1991 car with a 1.8l engine on a mechanical full injection. At the time of application of the preparation, the odometer indicated about 250,000 km traveled. The processing was carried out at idle for 4 hours. After the first hour, the engine began to work quieter and more evenly. Another noticeable effect was an increase in compression, which was manifested by greater vibrations when extinguishing but the engine seemed to stop faster, while when firing the starter had a greater problem with turning (I had a weak battery) but the engine began to fire after the first twist (even at a temperature of – 20 degrees. C. After machining, I noticed that the engine screws in at full speed. Four years ago I used a ceramizer in a 120l skoda. (4 gears) the effect was (after the previous appropriate ignition setting) that the engine screwed almost at 7000rpm, where nominally 5500rpm is provided. Unfortunately, one of the connecting rods could not stand when from a speed of 160km / h I started to brake the engine (and there was a capital). I recommend this measure primarily to those who use cars like me (WITHOUT MERCY).


VW Transporter 2,5l

I am a vw transporter 2.5l user. and Toyota Camry 2.5 original version of Japan.
I observed:
1.Works much quieter.
2.Fuel consumption on the route Warsaw-Moscow by 1/3 less.
3.It is easier to ignite the engine, especially in winter conditions.
Both cars have a mileage of ~ 150 thousand. Miles.
Grzegorz Głownk
12.10.2007
VW Transporter


VW Transporter 1.6 TD (1982)

I have two Volkswagen Transporters with 1.6TD engines, these engines have a mileage of about 200 thousand and are in a sub-technical condition. I cannot show an increase in compression pressure, an exact decrease in fuel consumption or noise. I check the effectiveness of ceramizers directly during driving, i.e. I test all Volkswagen T4 “diesels”. I am pleased and fully satisfied that I have not met a T4 transporter on our roads, which would have better performance, including maximum speed and speed. It’s nice to drive an old transporter from 1982, which has better performance on the road than the much newer T4 Transporters. It is strange but true that I obtained these performances after using only ceramizers. I observed the full effectiveness of ceramizers after driving about 3,000. Kilometers.
User, observer Grzegorz Derdowski.


VW T4 2.5 TDI (2000 year)

I now realize that I used too little ceramizer. But this one resulted in a reduction in vibration as well as easier starting of the engine. I always approach this type of invention with reserve. This time I was not disappointed. I recommend CERAMIZER to all doubters.
I will not give up on myself and I will continue to use this measure – after consultation, of course.
Thank you. I recommend – owner of T4 2000, 2,5TDI- Marek


VW T4 2.4D (1992)

Solid guest, solid thing this ceramizer-I recommend for the 3rd time – delivery on time. My VW T4 2.4D year 92 smoked 8.2l on the route. After applying and driving about 3000km, it burns 6.85l on the route, and the engine plays like new. I have already ordered the third piece. dominus-mg


VW T4

Year of Build: 1995
Engine size: 2.4D

Fantastic product. After flooding the ceramizer at first, no difference could be felt. However, after driving approx. 200 km my engine has quieted down and become more dynamic. Now the most important thing, the combustion has decreased by about 1.5 liters per hundred. Even though I have driven on this engine 35000 km works like new. It’s a great product. I recommend it to everyone.
Chris Sz.
Opinion sent on 20.11.2008.


VW T4

1997 Volkswagen T4 Mileage 190 thousand. Miles. The oil was decreasing, and there were no visible leaks. Before applying the ceramzer for 2,500 km, 1.5 liters of oil were needed for refill. After applying the remedy for 12 thousand. km was enough 2 liters of oil for refilling.
Chris Bierski


VW Transporter

Year of Build: 1999
Engine size: 1.9TD
Mileage: 360 000 km
Opinion: Hello everyone, I purchased a ceramizer for the engine and fuel system. I was very pessimistic about his actions. However, I used both ceramizers according to the instructions. I drive the car quite a lot (1000km / week) so I did not have to wait long for the effects. The engine has more even work, it is more dynamic, it fires better. Fuel consumption dropped from 9.3L/100km to 8.8L/100km checked several times. The maximum speed also reaches a higher from 125km/h to 140km/h. In general, I am satisfied and with a clear conscience I can recommend Ceramizers for fuel and engine (because I only used them).
Piotr Żabierek
Opinion sent on 2012-04-01