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Originally Posted by Mike Covington
....Do you fellas use the heater function of your ultrasonic cleaner?....
To me, hands down use it if you have it, it'll clean faster. I have seen grimey parts, come out of a crock pot on low setting with diluted simple green, looking pretty good. I have never personally worried about using distilled water, either to dilute a solution or to fill the bulk of a tank for a smaller parts container.

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There's one in my future, next time I get close to a Harbor Freight store. I think I'll go with the distilled water, or maybe rainwater. There's so much calcium in our well water it builds up deposits on everything it comes out of. I can see it possibly causing a problem with a heated ultrasonic cleaner.


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You will like it.
If you start out with heated water, and then use the heater function, when the pieces are done being vibrated, they will be quite hot.
Not boiling, but hot.
So as soon as you lift the basket out of the tank, you’ll see that they flash dry, that’s why you have to have whatever protectant you want to use near at hand when you take them out of the tank.

Don’t forget to plan for that. Helps avoid malfunction.

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This thread inspired me to get a one at Harbor Freight today. I was having an issue with a balky slide release button on a Model 12 Heavy Duck , and I thought a good cleaning of the trigger group would help. Two 3 minute baths in the cleaner did the trick, and now the release works nicely. I just used warm water and dish soap.

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Cool........... next show us some pics of dead ducks you took with it. Our season starts Saturday morning. One day and a wake-up .........


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