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Old 09-28-2013, 04:52 AM
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Commercial gun cleaners

How do they work?Did a search(several different times),but never got how they actually work.

Our guns get cleaned old fashioned way.Is the main function or advantage to commercial cleaners that you aren't spraying the thinner out the back door of shop?Do they recycle the thinner......like a parts cleaner?Is that their selling point?

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Old 09-28-2013, 05:10 AM
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The selling points of a commercial gun cleaner are that they often recycle thinner and the time they save the painter in cleaning the gun...That being said, I can't remember seeing a commercial gun washer that cleaned a gun to the satisfaction of most painters. In many cases the painter will go over the gun, re-clean it by hand and even run more thinner through it, just to be sure.

I recently have been offered a fairly new gun cleaning machine for free from an old customer of mine that is shutting down...I turned him down. If there are new and improved versions out there, I'm not aware of them. Probably the best one I've seen is a water born base coat gun cleaner...it actually did a fairly good job in about the same time that the painter could have done it manually.

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Old 09-28-2013, 05:36 AM
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