Air Tool Oil Msds: DIY Parts Washer...

Air Tool Oil Msds: DIY Parts Washer. IF you have access to compressed air, you can clean, degrease and restore the finish on automotive parts (and anything else really, not just DSMs) using the …


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  1. Jafromobile says:

    Just a FYI… I’m back on Google+. I hate it, but I’m back. Hate it.
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  2. Jafromobile says:

    +ScoobTEQ Nope. Don’t need it. Mineral Spirits is not paint thinner. It
    has been distilled to remove aromatic solvents. The can I showed requires
    nothing more than rubber gloves and goggles. It’s completely safe. The
    MSDS sheet is attached in the description, and note that the only hazards
    posed are for ingestion. This chemical is less odiferous than oil based
    house paint.

  3. Michael Francis says:

    question, can you use Lacquer thinner as well to clean your engine. if you
    can’t find the Mineral spirits what else can you use? 

  4. Tom's Turbo Garage says:

    Thank you Jafro, excellent and helpful as always!

  5. TurboMitsubishi says:

    Once again Jafromobile shows us how its done….say think heating the
    mineral spirits would help at all?

    My father just has a 50gal drum of the stuff with a large metal sink on top
    with a pump in the drum connected to a brush, works well but it might be
    hard to fit a engine block up there lol.

  6. DGOfTheCentury says:

    wish i had the time to take my motor out -_-

  7. michaelovitch says:

    You should invest in a tumbler ( the thing to clean up ammunitions).

    Your bolts,screws,small parts are like new once they took a bath in one of
    those things.♥

    i use sand,bead blasting balls, metallic parts, corn or even crushed wheat
    with polishing compound and it’s really good to clean or polish parts.

    Nice Jafro style vid !

  8. tubejim101 says:

    What kind of gloves do you like to use?

  9. RICKAFIX says:

    Nice tunes Jafro 

  10. 30GB says:

    holy, i gotta find this stuff to clean my motor with

  11. WeirdRicky says:

    Did you only used one can? look like it lasted forever lool great video as
    always Jafro cant wait to see how this one finished :) 

  12. hanky97007 says:

    Well Done. I love watching your stop action videos. There the best.

  13. ComTechxx1 says:

    Man you need to write a book on your unique methods and the 4g63/64. Nice
    vid!

  14. William Dye says:

    Would it make the job less labor-intensive if you could soak the dirty
    parts for a few days instead of a few minutes? Similarly, would it make the
    surfaces less prone to oxidation if you could soak the parts in
    high-quality oil for a few days after cleaning them? It might be easy to
    mold/3D-print custom plastic containers for many of the engine parts.

    I was originally thinking of printing out such containers just to make a
    custom parts tray, to help me keep track of things during disassembly.
    Adding a lid could make it a container for long term storage, leaving a bit
    of room for oil around the parts. It’s not that much different from shrink
    wrap, but it’s neater, and an excuse for me to use 3D printing.

    While watching this video, it occurred to me that the containers could be
    used for parts cleaning as well as storage. I’m just wondering if there’s
    any advantage to having the parts soak for longer than a few minutes. I’m
    not talking about a full-blown parts bath or electroplating tub like the
    pros. It would probably just be the equivalent of spraying on the solvent
    (or oil) and then wrapping it up for a few days in stretch wrap.

  15. Michael Francis says:

    Did you clean all your part with one can

  16. John White says:

    Harbor freight Part Number 68290

  17. Wren Wright says:

    Looks great. I have a similar setup, but I use kerosene as it’s much
    cheaper than mineral spirits and seems to dry well.

  18. CaliBoost says:

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  19. dynstatic says:

    Snare Kick Snare Snare Kick COWBELL Kick Ohhhhh Oh Ohhhhhhhh. ;) 

  20. Boosted98gsx says:

    You didn’t need the zip tie, the pressure drop across the “venturi” that
    allows the fluid to be sucked into the nozzle wouldn’t have allowed
    leakage. Post process, maybe.

  21. Dave S says:

    And Jafro comes through again with the big help!! 

  22. fordwindsor351 says:

    Good idea if you have no issue with wasting money, I’ll stick with my parts
    washer that contains its fluid when being used.

  23. 617k122 says:

    Hey Jafro, Giving the best advice as always man ! Hey you get my message
    dude check out the new DSM :) im sure you’ll like it.

  24. tinko mollov says:

    seeing that knock sensor on the block it reminded me… does any body knows
    if i can put a knock sensor on a g64b 87 out of a galant .. originaly the
    car had distributor cap and so no knock sensor .. i dont see any thread for
    a sensor.. but i cant be sure couse the block is allready wraped in plastic
    foil (as jadro allways recommends when keeping the block for a longer
    time!!)
    can anybody help with some info?

  25. ArcolaBridge says:

    What about clean strike, purple power, mean green, simple green, etc? You
    could get a giant tub from fleet farm and put the entire motor in it and
    let it soak. What is your opinion on these commercial degreasers?

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