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Repurposing old brake fluid?

i've got gallons of old brake fluid from several vehicles, & I want to say these hydroboosts we have took just under a gallon each til they ran clear lol! Is there anything I can use this fluid for other than starting up a wet pile of brush, or killing sh&t-tree stumps? does it work as a solvent for anything specific?


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Re: Repurposing old brake fluid?

Paint remover, chain oil maybe

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Re: Repurposing old brake fluid?

I like it for writing things on painted surfaces of cars belonging to people whom I don't like. Works great on paint, and not only that but it then soaks into the metal underneath. Go ahead, repaint. Without giving the metal an acid bath, it'll continue to bubble.
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Re: Repurposing old brake fluid?

oh damn! that evil! lol


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Re: Repurposing old brake fluid?

Nah. I'd bring my problem directly to you, not your chit. Just saying how it works.
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Re: Repurposing old brake fluid?

forgot to update on this, i spilled some brake fluid on a spot that i had previously spilled some wood stain in the garage... some of the dried stain dissolved in it & wiped up! I may experiment more the next time i have the garage emptied out


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