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From my own exp, Gumout is among the WORST product on the world that I've ever used. The price, on the other hand, is dirty cheap but you always get what you pay for. You can read more details about gumout injector cleaner here: http://fuelinjectorcleanerreviews.com/gumout-fuel-system-cleaner-review/


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My perspective comes from the bicycle community. I admit there is a size and expense difference but I believe the principles are the same. The best longest lasting lubricant is the stuff the factory used while assembling the chain. It is in the right place which is between the side plates. It is viscous enough that it will not be thrown off at high RPM. ...


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I personally prefer citrus-based cleaner. I had used Park Tools bicycle chain cleaner, because I had it laying around, and it works great, although expensive. I plan on buying generic cleaner in large containers. It also has a benefit of being bio-degradable (oil and gunk is not, but at least it doesn’t add to the water-table pollution hazard). I usually ...


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First of all, don't use a hairdryer as I believe this will actually make it harder to get the sap off of the vehicle or at the very least will ultimately cause finish damage. Here are a few things you should try to remove the sap safely when you first discover the sap: Clean your car as soon as possible. The longer tree sap or any substances like bird ...


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It shouldn't have caused any damage, as long as there is still plenty of oil left in the engine. To remove it you will need to use some kind of degreaser - you can buy proper engine degreaser at many automotive suppliers. It is probably worth getting the engine bay properly steam cleaned however, as you'll never be able to get into all the little holes and ...



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