Yeah, that statement surely did not come out right there... It was comical and I stand corrected.
But I think that you knew what I meant to say.
Yes, gasoline is a highly flammable solvent, no doubt...
But, my thought process was simply treating gas as the fuel necessary to make our engines run.
And acetone, as the solvent used to clean-up oil-base paint projects or even nail polish remover.
And the questionable addition of the acetone to our engine's fuel system without some serious consequences to the performance & longevity of the engine or its parts while probably voiding a warranty.
In addition, fuel system cleaners may even have acetone in them but they also have other chemicals & ingredients in them that in conjunction have proven as positive additives to modern engines.
My point was that the addition of acetone, albeit in small quantities, to our modern engine's fuel system just to add some mpg's has not been proven and is an unquestionable crazy myth at best!
So, IMO I'll just stick with straight gasoline and whatever mpg's I get from it.