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    Default How to clean braided stainless lines?

    Mine could all use some attention...some are worse than others. Thinking maybe pressure washer...or carb cleaner..or??? Any sugestions?
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    Seen a demo on this stuff and it worked pretty good.


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    Simple green and a pressure washer.
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    Hold it firmly on the ground, a few pelvic thrusts should do the trick. If not repeat till satisfied!

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    Shop rag and Ace paint thinner works wonders.

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    simple green or 409 pressure wash

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    Simple Green and some water.

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    Thanks, I'll start trying a few of those...I have simple green already.... and maybe thinner.
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    Gunk foamy engine brite...blue can, squirt let sit 10 min hose off...great stuff, not like there engine cleaner at all.

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    Dont use anything that eats rubber or your going to be replacing them fancy hoses. Simple Green and a garden hose works great and wont hurt the rubber behind the purty braid.
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    Just a pressure washer makes mine look new.

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    Soapy water and just your hands! Just slide your hands up and down fast and hard!! Works great!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboatguru View Post
    Soapy water and just your hands! Just slide your hands up and down fast and hard!! Works great!!
    You keep talking like that and maxi is gunna be beating your door down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboatguru View Post
    Soapy water and just your hands! Just slide your hands up and down fast and hard!! Works great!!
    Yea, if you like hands tenderized by stainless wire poking your fingers and hands! Simple Green and high powered hose. Don't ask how I know!

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