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Old 01-01-2009, 05:29 PM   #31
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Well my neighbor lady gave me a crockpot and i've had my pipes is the antifreeze for about 6 hrs, the outside wiped right off and it's slowly getting the inside clean.
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my onroad buddy Jason turned me onto this stuff called Carbon-Off. It comes in a spray can or a can of liquid. I bought the spray can at Smart and Final.

I set the pipe outside on some cardboard...sprayed it down and let it sit for a couple hours. I brought it into the garage and rinsed it off in the sink with a toothbrush and the pipe came out like new.

If you want it shiny shiny just hit it with some Mothers polish.
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my onroad buddy Jason turned me onto this stuff called Carbon-Off. It comes in a spray can or a can of liquid. I bought the spray can at Smart and Final.

I set the pipe outside on some cardboard...sprayed it down and let it sit for a couple hours. I brought it into the garage and rinsed it off in the sink with a toothbrush and the pipe came out like new.

If you want it shiny shiny just hit it with some Mothers polish.
Did it clean the inside any ?
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Did it clean the inside any ?
if you spray it inside the pipe yeah it does take the gunk out of there....but you need to make sure you rinse it out super good...

that's why I got the spray can of it instead of the can of liquid...so I could spray it inside the pipes
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I use Nitro... It'll keep your pipe looking like new if you do it on a regular basis...
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