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Hi all. Merry Christmas. I'm looking at ultrasound cleaners for saw carbs. Any recommendations or warnings?

Thanks in advance.

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Hi not got one myself but my matey that looks after my saws has one and says it’s only a cheap one but it’s ace and a mechanic mate has one so apart from recommendations from my mates that they are totally worth getting I can’t help with what make to get ,good luck though 

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1 hour ago, bikewoo said:

 

Hi all. Merry Christmas. I'm looking at ultrasound cleaners for saw carbs. Any recommendations or warnings?

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Mate has got a Hilsonic for doing bike carbs,just done one for me and its brilliant:thumbup:

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I got mine from this lot, well worth getting the stainless bodied ones with a heating element, I just use water and a squirt of fairy liquid, marvellous things.

WWW.BESTULTRASONIC.CO.UK

Buy Ultrasonic Cleaners for home or business. Ultrasonic cleaning for carburettors, jewellery, dental instruments. Based in Yorkshire. Free UK delivery.

 

 

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I got mine from this lot, well worth getting the stainless bodied ones with a heating element, I just use water and a squirt of fairy liquid, marvellous things.
WWW.BESTULTRASONIC.CO.UK
Buy Ultrasonic Cleaners for home or business. Ultrasonic cleaning for carburettors, jewellery, dental instruments. Based in Yorkshire. Free UK delivery.  
 
Thanks. Can you remember what size you went for?

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1 hour ago, bikewoo said:
1 hour ago, Kevm said:
I got mine from this lot, well worth getting the stainless bodied ones with a heating element, I just use water and a squirt of fairy liquid, marvellous things. WWW.BESTULTRASONIC.CO.UK
Buy Ultrasonic Cleaners for home or business. Ultrasonic cleaning for carburettors, jewellery, dental instruments. Based in Yorkshire. Free UK delivery.  
 

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Thanks. Can you remember what size you went for?

Mine is the 2L one for jewellery £100, a larger capacity would be handy sometimes but it all costs.

I have had the cheap ebay ones in the past and they are not as powerful and then they stop working.

Just empty the water out when you have finished and give it a wipe, stainless steel so comes up as good as new.

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FYI, Steve’s small engine shop (YouTube channel). Says if you want to wash a carb then put carb in a glass jar in fresh fuel with lid on, as it stops the smell.

and put the glass jar upright in the US cleaner with the right amount of water in the tank..

this can be done for small things so not to lose them (putin a jar) and saves cleaning the tank of the US

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FYI, Steve’s small engine shop (YouTube channel). Says if you want to wash a carb then put carb in a glass jar in fresh fuel with lid on, as it stops the smell.
and put the glass jar upright in the US cleaner with the right amount of water in the tank..
this can be done for small things so not to lose them (putin a jar) and saves cleaning the tank of the US
Thanks for the tip. I'll have a look at his channel.

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