Cleaning rad overflow container

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  1. bluebetsy02

    bluebetsy02 Veteran Member

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    What is the best cleaning agent for this part?
    Thanks!
    T.
     
  2. Z28zz383

    Z28zz383 Veteran Member

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    Rust removers like CLR work good. Mine was real nasty/rusty and I used some rust aid I already had in my shop. CLR is a lot less hazardous. Do it in an open area so fumes do not build up. Rubber gloves and glasses are suggested.
     
  3. DAWG

    DAWG Veteran Member

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    Ive had good luck with bleach and soap.
    I let it soak for a few days.
     
  4. bluebetsy02

    bluebetsy02 Veteran Member

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    Going to give Bleach and soap a try. You mention soap - any specific kind or maybe dish soap??
    Thanks!
    T.
     
  5. Zspoiler

    Zspoiler Veteran Member

    Bleach and Dawn dishwasher soap is what I use.
     
  6. DAWG

    DAWG Veteran Member

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    Dish soap and maybe a scotchbrite pad,
     
  7. 77thor

    77thor Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    +1. Bleach and Dawn
     
  8. CorkyE

    CorkyE Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Straight bleach & soap or dilute with water?
     
  9. bluebetsy02

    bluebetsy02 Veteran Member

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    Thanks guys. I do appreciate your responses.
    Ted
     
  10. 77camarottop

    77camarottop Veteran Member

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    i use bleach and dawn soap and some steel wool and scrub it down real good. let it soak with bleach inside and i have a scrub brush on a wand i put inside the container to scrub the inside.
     

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