All modern cars with a diesel engine have a diesel particulate filter. The filter captures incompletely combusted fuel (soot) from the engine that would otherwise end up in the environment. In the course of time the filter becomes full. The car's electronics ensure that this soot is burned during motorway driving or when the engine is under a heavy load. This is known as regeneration. However, many cars only make short journeys as a result of which the engine is hardly under any load at all. As a result, regeneration does not occur and soot continues to accumulate in the diesel particulate filter. Eventually the filter becomes blocked, the orange warning light with the diesel particulate filter symbol lights up on the dashboard and the car has to be taken to the garage. Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner solves this specific problem. There is no need to dismantle the diesel particulate filter. This saves time and therefore money. Add the contents of a bottle to a full tank of fuel and drive the car again. The cleaner ensures that the soot in the diesel particulate filter burns at a low speed, when the engine is under a light load and even during short journeys. On top of this Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner reduces the HC and CO emissions and soot emissions by no less than 0 percent. A can of cleaner could be the difference between passing and failing the MOT test. In addition, Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner ensures that fewer soot particles are deposited in the filter, meaning that the customer visits the workshop less often. Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner also conditions the engine and diesel particulate filter for a longer period of time with better performance and lower fuel consumption as a result. Conventional cleaners contain iron to initiate the regeneration process. Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner comprises a high concentration of a patented platinum-cerium compound.