Re: Seafoam to stop oil burning?
seafoam is a great product, and i use/have used it on all of my vehicles and seen solid results, but i dont think Seafoam would necessarily help with your oil burning issue.
seafoam's main purpose is a strong cleaner/detergent, pour it through the intake and it cleans out your valves/chamber/etc of carbon and similar deposits. when you put it in your gas, it cleans out the lines, etc. when you put it in your crankcase, it breaks up the "goup" and grime.
i just dont seem to think that it would help prevent oil loss.
as far as using some to clean things up a bit, definitely! just follow directions, and if you choose to put some in your crankcase do it before you change your oil, i usually put a teaspoon in, run the engine for 5-10 mins and drain the oil.
do some searching, there are 1,000's of threads relating to seafoam, just dont let anybody scare you away, because if they had issues with it i doubt they used it properly.