A couple questions... 1. Is it safe to use the Berrymans carb cleaner in the gallon cans that come with the little strainer basket for aluminum small engine carburetors? 2. If you get some of it on your hands, HOW DO YOU GET THE SMELL OFF???? Ok, every time I take anything to my mechanic and its running bad or isn't getting fuel they pull the carb and throw it into a "dip tank" with carb cleaner in it. Takes 15 to 20 minutes, they pull it out, blow thru the orifices, reassemble and reinstall it, fire the machine up and bill me for $60 minimum... I bought a gallon dip tank today and used it on a gummy carb I had on a used mower. Afterwords I went to get a gasket kit and the guy there (who said he was a small engine mechanic) said to NEVER put small engine carburetors into dip tanks! Said there is a clear coat on them and the cleaner strips this off and leaves the aluminum porous and then it will leak. I called my mechanic and asked him and he said that's nuts... He said as long as you don't leave them in there for longer than the 15 to 30 minutes they are fine. Your opinion? Second part... I know how DANGEROUS this stuff is, but I didn't put on gloves to handle the parts that came out of the cleaner. I didn't get that much on my hands but my gawd does that stuff stink! (waaay different chemical than spray type carb cleaner!) I used some gojo in the garage, then washed my hands 2 times in the house and it didn't start to kill the smell. Since then i have washed them 4 more times, taken a shower where there's 3 different soaps, used some fru fru smelling lotion and even sprayed cologne on my hands to mask the smell. NOTHING WORKS! Just sitting here typing I can smell them and it's making me half sick... You would think I bathed in it but really I only got it on my fingers. Suggestions???