Simple Green might work for you. It should be enviromently safe. The
orginiator has been known to drink the stuff to show that it's safe.
=46or me it's great for cleaning dust and a little oil off on an engine
but the heavy stuff never gets touched. Maybe it will work with your
Long Beach, CA
On Sat, 31 Jan 1998 13:34:17 -0500, you wrote:
>I found a new use for my old siphon-feed sand blaster as a pressure
>washer. It works quite well--good enough to get into all the crannies
>and crevices on an engine, but not so powerful that it blows the vacuum
>lines off the engine.
>I just put the siphon tube in a gallon jug of water, and presto. My
>question for the group, however, is what degreasing solvent would work
>well here. It would be best if it were water-based as it throws quite a
>bit of material, and given the environmental issues, I would feel better
>not using some serious oil-based solvent.
>Does anybody have suggestions for what type of soap/solvent would be
>best for say, cleaning the engine compartments of my cars or for
>cleaning motorcycle engines?
>thanks in advance,