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    They are worth the money if you ask me. I just toss some super hot water in the tank, add some super clean or simple green and let it run for 10-15+ min depending on what I'm cleaning. Makes stuff come out like new for the most part. A little hand cleaning may be required but no big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fivefingerdeathpunch View Post
    They are worth the money if you ask me. I just toss some super hot water in the tank, add some super clean or simple green and let it run for 10-15+ min depending on what I'm cleaning. Makes stuff come out like new for the most part. A little hand cleaning may be required but no big deal.
    I was JUST going to say Superclean for ferrous metal and simple green for aluminum. Otherwise I agree 100%.
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    Lol, I searched ultrasonic cleaners too when I read it here. Ive seen them used for computer parts, but figured they were expensive. That one isn't too bad.
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    I looks at them too. My wife had a small one for jewelry she used to use. Think that went to goodwill. Did not even think about cleaning other stuff with it. Dang.


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