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Re: Toilet bowl cleaner for carbs.

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12-24-2012 07:45:13

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I'm intrigued, tell me more about your method. Do you put it in straight cleaner or mix with water? The after picture, did you have to do any brushing/scraping? I recently discovered carb soak but it's fairly pricey, if I could do much the same thing with toilet bowl cleaner that would be great.

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12-24-2012 11:41:45

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 Re: Toilet bowl cleaner for carbs. in reply to Inno, 12-24-2012 07:45:13  
All I do is buy 4 or 5 squirt bottles of toilet bowl cleaner. I then pour all of it into a plastic container. Then I submerge the disassembled carb halves in the acid. You will see it start to bubble in a few minutes and after about 15 mins I pull them out and check them. Depending on how bad it is it may need a longer soak. After it is clean enough i rinse it really well with water. Then I wash it again with a degreaser and rinse and then I spray it with a little wd40 to prevent flash rust. The pics below are as it was before and then what it looked like after 15 mins in the acid and a rinse. It had no scraping or wire brushing done to it in the pics. That's straight out of the acid and a rinse.

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