Anyone using these oils? Funny how XOM's #1 seller is actually a synthetic. Mobil actually makes very good conventional oils too that don't get that much attention. Clean is a blend though.
Mobil Clean 7500 is formulated from a combination of synthetic and conventional quality base stocks combined with modern performance additives, including an advanced cleaning additive system to provide excellent engine cleanliness, protection and longer oil life at oil drain intervals up to 7,500 miles or 6 months, whichever comes first. These oils help protect against sludge, piston deposts, engine rust and corrosion under severe and low-temperature operating conditions. Pour depressants and a viscosity index (VI) improver are included, where required, to provide the optimum viscosity and fluidity over a wide range of temperatures. Mobil Clean 7500 is available in three multi-viscosity grades: SAE 5W-20, 5W-30, and 10W-30. All three grades contain friction-reducing additives. The American Petroleum Institute (API) classifies these viscosity grades as "Energy Conserving" engine lubricants, and meet ILSAC GF-4 and also meet API SM. In addition, Mobil Clean 7500 5W-20 meets the latest requirements of Ford and Honda. It meets Ford Specification WSS-M2C930-A.