How Dangerous is Fake Car A/C Refrigerant? Let’s Find Out!

From Project Farm.

I purchased two brands of refrigerant advertised and replacement refrigerant for R-134A for a vehicle’s air conditioning system. Using the proper test equipment and proper safety techniques, I compared both alternative refrigerants to R-134A. I hope this review helps you avoid making a costly mistake.

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➡ Products Tested In This Video (in no particular order):
Leak Saver:
Refrigerant Scale:
Vevor Refrigerant Recovery Machine:
Vevor Refrigerant Recovery Tank:
Vacuum Pump:
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