Diesel folks, I took apart the apron on a used lathe I bought and the sump had gobs and gobs of gobs of gelled oil. Even though the sump in the apron isnot supposed to get any water in it I'm sure some gets in from condensdation and maybe coolant leaking in somewhere. So this tiny amount of water must be enough for the type of bacteria that eats oils to live fairly well. I have washed out the sump with solvent but I'm thinking that any bacteria that can eat way lube will probably like stoddard solvent too. Will the bacteriocide used in diesel burning machines and oil burning furnaces kill the bacteria in my machine sump? I'd like to just rinse the sump with bacteriocide laden diesel oil, drain, dry, and then fill with way lube. Anybody think this would prevent the rapid regrowth of the gel? Thanks, Eric P.S. Why is it called way lube? Is it just because it is so good? I mean it's not just lube, it's WAY lube. Just askin'