Tommygun43 is right!Tommygun43 said:It's probobly safety kleen your talking about (parts washer). Seems to work better on F brushes than Putnams. It cleans the crap out of the motor and seats the brushes in quicker. You won't see any huge gains by using it.
I hope your medical and fire insurance is payed up. Yikes!!! It's definitely not "safe" to use.RPM said:Tommygun43 is right!
The best stuff that I found to use as a motor dip cleaner/breakin is denatured alcohol in a small can.
Just run in motor submerged at 3 volts for 10-15 secounds.
Leaves no residue on brushes or bearings.
And will no attack plastic so its safe to use.
Can be used over and over again just strain through a coffee filter or change with new denatured alcohol. :thumbsup:
LOL!!martian 710 said:I hope your medical and fire insurance is payed up. Yikes!!! It's definitely not "safe" to use.
yah but why? what does it do?dave w 1 said:most of the fast guys around here use saftey clean after a run we dip it in a jar clausen jars are better i think the left over pickle juice does something lol. for abought 20 sec then i flush out with motor spray and re oil after its cool i re dyno to get rollout re adjusted
I'm pretty sure denatured alcohol is just ethanol with an additive to make it undrinkable. Years ago I used to use Bolink Electrowhirl I don't think it was alcohol though.RPM said:LOL!!
Denatured Alcohol is not as flamable as you think.
Years ago there was a company that sold it in a can.
I'll try to remember the name and post it. :thumbsup:
davepull said:yah but why? what does it do?