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Old 09-05-2010, 07:13 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by wmay11 View Post
I use a totally different method for cleaning pipes. I drop them into deminerlized parafin. Leave them there for about 30min and wash off with cold water, stuff is amazing and all the caked carbon is removed. The liquid attacks organic material and you see the carban fall off the pipe, just make sure gaskets are off. Not sure if you get that over there, its a lumo yellow colour with two layers of liquid.
out of curiosity i googled that and found:


does your product come from rat jaws or some other source?
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Originally Posted by helivaguy View Post
i use a ultrasonics cleaner filled with a 50/50 mix of simple green and water.
I've been trying to score me one of those on craigslist with not much luck
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