TECHRON is marketed as a fuel system cleaner, to be added to gasoline at a concentration of 20 oz. to about 20 gallons of gasoline. Frequency should not be any less than 3,000 miles between uses.
However, I also use it, mixed with gasoline, to clean small parts of grease and grime. It works - but it's expensive. I think the 20 oz, bottle is up to about $15 retail now.
Just bought a case of 12 on a special from Auto Barn (coupon SPRINGTEN) for $8.43 a bottle, shipping included.
"Upper cylinder lubricant" is just that: Light oil, blended into gasoline, with the theory that some of it will condense on the upper cylinder walls and inner valve stems, thus lubricating them. Same principle, but lesser concentration, as blending 2-cycle oils into gasoline. It is not designed as a "fuel system cleaner". Think Marvel Mystery Oil. ANY gearhead worth their salt has a quart on the shop shelf..............