This carburettor cleaner is formulated for use with an ultrasonic cleaner, for carburettors, valves, fuel injectors, engine parts etc. It safely and quickly removes contaminants including general soiling and dulling, oxidisation, carbon, petrol residue and grease etc. It works well on alloy and aluminium castings removing the physical dirt and removing the dulling that occurs over time. However, it can’t make a component look like it did when it first left the manufacturer’s factory, but results are very impressive. The cleaning process won’t damage, corrode or darken metal components. Safe on brass, aluminium and other sensitive metals. It is also safe with O rings. Mix the concentrate 1 part solution to 10 parts water (5 litre bottle makes 50 litre of working solution). HOW TO MIX IT
Re-use the carb cleaner until it becomes dirty. There’s no specific rule about when to change it, but the idea of an ultrasonic cleaner is for deep and thorough cleaning. If your fluid looks like pea soup, it’s time to change it.
The carb cleaner is a concentrate and add to water at a ratio of 10: (1 parts cleaning fluid to 10 part water). For heavily soiled components, strengthen the mixture to 7:1. The working temperature of the ultrasonic cleaner should be between 50 – 80 degrees centigrade. After cleaning rinse with clean water and leave to dry.