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Old 15-01-2020, 04:38 PM   #1
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Hello Vzi
Can anyone recommend a good product to clean the inside of a vintage metal spare fuel can?
I bought an old one but it was kippered and needed restoration & welding. The restorer has recommended that I clean and seal it before use - can anyone suggest a good product?
I've looked at them but some are cleaners, some are sealers, some are 15 whereas some are 3 bottle systems that total about 100.
It's a bit of a minefield.
Cheers. Here's a pic of the kind of thing I got.
Any advice appreciated.
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A handful of nuts or a length of chain, 1/2 fill with diesel and a good shaking usually does the trick, or strap it to a cement mixer...

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