Short answer: Yes – absolutely !
If you are a vehicle owner, you may have heard that mixing different types of motor oils can be detrimental to your engine’s health. While it is generally not recommended to mix motor oils of different grades, mixing full synthetic and conventional motor oils is perfectly fine.
Full synthetic and conventional motor oils have different properties, but they are compatible with each other. Full synthetic motor oil is a man-made lubricant that offers excellent protection against wear, deposits, and sludge. Conventional motor oil, on the other hand, is made from crude oil and contains fewer additives. Mixing these two oils won’t cause any harm to your engine, and it may even provide some benefits, such as increased protection and improved fuel efficiency.
However, it is important to note that the benefits of mixing full synthetic and conventional motor oils may not be as significant as using only full synthetic motor oil. Full synthetic motor oil is specifically designed to provide better performance and protection compared to conventional motor oil. So, if you want to reap the full benefits of synthetic oil, it is best to use it exclusively. Nonetheless, if you need to top off your engine oil and don’t have access to a full synthetic oil, mixing it with conventional oil won’t cause any harm to your engine.
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