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cleaning degas bottle

How do i get all of the nasty build up out of it. Ive tried filling it with industrial cleaners to no avail.

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Re: cleaning degas bottle

Take it off, put some sand in it and shake it.

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Re: cleaning degas bottle

k ill try that its been layin on the ground soaking in sum brand name industrial cleaner a guy at work gave me and it hasnt done #### hopefully the sand works.

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Re: cleaning degas bottle

I used a spray product called Purple Rush from our local Mobil 1 and bulk oil supplier.
http://ardexwax.com/uploads/Purple_Rush_V150327.pdf

Simple Green will work but not as good and it will take longer to clean. The Purple Rush cleans brake master cylinder reservoirs excellent also. Just spray in with cap on, shake a little bit, then rinse out with water. If it is the brake reservoir, spray off with brake clean afterward, then shoot it with air to dry. Both will be practically clean as new.

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Take it off, put some sand in it and shake it.
Pea gravel works well too..
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