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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by vipermanz, Jan 23, 2002.
what do you guys use as a soaking solution for carbs and such?
Berrymen Chem-Dip is the last stuff I used. I usually just get whatever they have. Nasty stuff, but works well.
:blob3: i use mineral spirits. give it a try. you can get it at any paint store.
Any good acetone based solvent should do - I've also used Brake Cleaner, WD 40, Kerosene, starting fluid, penetrating fluid.
i 've just been using gumout carb. spray
We use starting fluid to clean around the carb before removing and then use mineral spirits for soaking. Also have used Gumout Carb cleaner although have been advised not to let it soak more than 30 minutes.