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I tried the search but couldn't find anything, what do you suggest to remove dried baked on sap off chainsaws? Spud I think wrote about this but it was a while ago

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12 minutes ago, Stihl123 said:

Gunk 6868 5L Ultra Engine Degreaser : Amazon.co.uk: Automotive

 

that stuff is brilliant 
spray it on
leave it for few mins

wipes straight off

2nd that, great on old crud not so great on small children...i found🤦‍♂️😣

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I cheap out.  Old petrol and 2 mix in a pot with an old paint brush to apply. 

Wipe down after a few mins with paper towel  then a blow down with the air line.  Generally clears everything. 

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2 parts larks vomit 1 part a virgin's smegma .   👍

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I don't know whether to say that's just old school or whether you should be locked up in an old school 🤔

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21 minutes ago, Stubby said:

2 parts larks vomit 1 part a virgin's smegma .   👍

good luck finding one  😜 K

Edited by Khriss
( havent seen one fr years , even using binoculars )

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Just now, Khriss said:

good luck finding one  😜 K

Yea good point . Not so many Larks about now .🤨

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