Originally Posted by 04RangerDave
I put mine in a small plastic bowl. Then slowly dipped the booster hose into the seafoam solution waited for it to recover then dipped it again and so on and so on.
Yup, that's exactly what I did.
When it starts to suck it up into the engine it will noticeably affect the idle... bogging it down. Once it sort of recovers... let it suck a little bit more in. Do not just pour it in the hose.
Have lots of fans... the garage door open.. and warn the neighbors. LOTS of smoke.