You know you've got a leak somewhere, you just need to figure out where. One of the most accurate and simple ways to identify a gas leak is by using the thin film leak detection method, which we outlined in detail in this blog post.
Now, you may wonder what an actual leak looks like, and how you'll know you've found one when using the thin film leak detection method. Here's a short video showing exactly what a gas leak looks like. We've coated the source of the leak with a thin film of Heavy-Duty Leak Detection Fluid (HD-LDF). Check out all those big, long-lasting bubbles. This is why our HD-LDF solution is so amazing - there's no missing that leak, because the bubbles point it out like a beacon!
Our competitors' products (like Snoop) create smaller foamy bubbles that don't last as long, which means they make gas leaks much more difficult to identify. The bubbles are smaller and pop much more quickly. That means you'll have much less time to identify the leak before our competitor's solution stops working and no longer accurately indicates the source of the leak.
Our product, Heavy Duty Leak Detection Fluid Concentrate (HD-LDF-C) starts at $9.99 for a 16 oz bottle of concentrated solution that you can dilute to your specifications. Read more about how to do that in this blog post.
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