To remove brake fluid from the parts use lukewarm water with dishwash
detergent and apply the detergent first and then rinse with the water you
might have to repeat this a couple of times before you get all the
brakefluid off and mostly there are some paint left on the parts use an old
toothbrush and don't forget to use gloves it's nasty for the skin the
brakefluid to get the paint off from those places the brush cant reach use a
toothpick or other small wooden stick:-)
Rinse several times and the used brakefluid might be used maybe one more
time,mostly not so put it back in the container and deposit it to a gas
station or other place that could handle it to protect the environment.
But I suugest you would try owencleaner instead cause it is much safe both
for you and the environment
Good luck and sorry for my bad english:-)
"Sara" <no e-mail> skrev i meddelandet
Well according to the character in "The Beast" (played by one of the Baldwin
brothers), you can filter it through some bread, put some raisins in it,
let it ferment...and it makes great homemade hooch!...lol.
Registered Linux User #328317 - SlackWare 10.1 (2.6.10)
The best way I've found to be sure of removing all the brake fluid residue
from a part is to wash it thoroughly in white spirit and then rinse it in
detergent and water .Brake fluid can be kept in a jar and used many times
over before it becomes too polluted .It should be disposed of responsibly in
an oil bank and not put out with the household rubbish .
"Sara" <no e-mail> wrote in message
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