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    Barryman Chem dip

    Can I use this to clean carbon off of 1200 NPV pistons


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapal79 View Post
    Can I use this to clean carbon off of 1200 NPV pistons
    sure

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    You can try, the new version sucks, might as well just try spitting on them. Easiest way is to scrape it off with a blade.

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    Yeah I'm learning that the new stuff doesn't work as well as I hoped. What's the best way to get carbon off the sides of the pistons? 600 wet sand paper?

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    Try a fine wire wheel in a drill. You could also use a scotchbrite pad.

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    Scotchbrite pad did the trick. The Che Dip did not work.

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    10+ years ago it was good stuff........then the EPA stepped in. Now, you have to buy the 5 gallon or larger container to get the good formula. I use Agitene for parts washing, that stuff is like magic. Still won't touch carbon though, still have to scrape it off first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myself View Post
    ... you have to buy the 5 gallon or larger container to get the good formula...
    Would that be the word Professional in the product name on the big pail?

    Amazon.com Chem-Dip® Professional Parts Cleaner - 5 gal pail pro chem dip

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    Berryman, not Barryman...

    Berryman® Chem-Dip® Professional Parts Cleaner

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    5 Gallon Pail Part #0905

    Is the one gallon #0901 'replenisher' the same stuff, or just good for 'boosting' the five gallon pail after it has been partially used up?

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    I do believe that is still the good stuff. Not sure about the replenisher.

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    If you guys are looking for good immersion cleaner, this stuff blows away that Berryman crap.
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