Join Date: Jan 2017
Location: Lawrenceville NJ
Careful using Ultrasonic Cleaner, removed aluminum
For those who have used an ultrasonic cleaner, if you have used a clear cleaner, after cleaning you will see aluminum particles, aluminum dust, in the bottom. You may want to reconsider using it and using a carb cleaner dunk tank instead or shortening the cleaning time, possibly 10 minutes. My ultrasonic cleaner without running, has a heater that will heat the fluid to 150-170 degrees. I put my carbs in, let it sit and soak until the temperature is up there, that will take several hours, then turn it on for 5-7 minutes.
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