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Old 03-22-2015, 07:03 PM   #21
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I absolutely recycle the stuff. I blow out my lines with compressed air first, so dilution isn't a big concern. Why waste it? Yeah I'm cheap but also green.
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Old 03-22-2015, 07:15 PM   #22
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Now I heard somewhere from someone, that they use vodka. I would def recycle this.
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I absolutely recycle the stuff. I blow out my lines with compressed air first, so dilution isn't a big concern. Why waste it? Yeah I'm cheap but also green.
How do you determine when to toss it?
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Now I heard somewhere from someone, that they use vodka. I would def recycle this.
Except to get most of it out is through the tank drains, assuming the traps would be overfilled..
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We used a refractometer (sp) when we blended it and for checking the strength of the solution in winterized engines.
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