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Homemade Pressurized Parts Washer

Pressurized Parts Washer
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Homemade pressurized parts washer constructed from a surplus air compressor tank and a stainless steel sink. An airbrush regulator limits the kerosene and air pressure to a maximum of 14 PSI.
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Apr 30, 2014 4:35 PM
Cool setup, using pressurized air to move the solvent.
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DIY Pressurized Parts Washer - comment on how to build a Pressurized Parts Washer - 1 comments
DIYer says:
Apr 30, 2014 4:35 PM
Cool setup, using pressurized air to move the solvent.

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