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Old 04-20-2013, 02:11 PM   #24281
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Yeah, it wasn't too bad. I cleaned it off right away and it wasn't very much. I wore a dust mask when I used it.
Smart move wearing the mask. Pretty and smart! Trip's a lucky guy!
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problem is they usually promote the least intelligent people to management!

seen it more than once.
There's a reason why they don't let engineers touch tools...
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Well, I knew it was flammable. But I'm talking completely spontaneous combustion. No external heat or spark applied at all. Or was just sitting there... And then it was burning.
Samething happens when I poot
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Re: Brake cleaner and welder- Many of the cleaner contain a material that, when combined with heat and UV light from the welding arc, will break down to form a gas known as Phosgene. Highly toxic, used as a military chemical warfare agent.

Problem is not fire- it is you collapsing.

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Interesting article, thanks. A few years ago, purchasing dept. switched types of brake cleaner to, you guessed it, save money. Same brand, different colored can. The stuff would take your breath away if someone would use a lot of it, I would leave the shop until it cleared.

My complaining did nothing. What did remedy the situation was when the solvent tank was cleaned (service/rental, outside company) they found a high voc level, and charged us a hefty hazmat fee. What we use now, as before, has a low voc level, or is non- chlorinated. FYI:Crc brakleen in a GREEN can.
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You're a cool guy and all, but there is something very wrong with your head.

WHY?
DeLoreans are the most awesome car ever! Theres nothing even remotely comes close to looking like a DeLorean...
The Gullwing doors, the stainless body, never worry about paint, and it doesnt rust..

Why does everybody seem like DeLorean's GM cars, but make fun of "his" car??

I had a old junk Chevy Vega that I wish I never sold, it was DeLorean's last car he designed for GM before he left to make DMC.

That Vega sold quick!! Just a couple of hours after I posted it, some guy bought it to turn into a race car...

(I was gonna make the Vega into a 4x4 but ended up selling the extra Scout frame I had.. So I sold the Vega )
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Yea , maguires car care can kiss my ass , bought some '' ALL WHEEL '' cleaner for the bike to clean the engine like many times before , Spray on turn around and there goes every bit of clear coat off ANY thing polished on the motor .
Not very happy right now , claims to be safe for all clear coated surfaces , wonder if they would like to buy me new cam and primary covers ?
Burned everything to a crisp
Get the engine cerakoted!
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The label on the can of linseed oil should look something like THIS:

Attachment 97046

All of that red print? It is about spontaneous combustion hazards. Oxygen reacts with the oil, generating heat. If the rags are balled up, heat is held in, gets greater and greater, until reaching ignition temps.

Translation: WHOOOOOFFF!
I know what else i will be buying when i go to get my windshield wipers.
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There's a reason why they don't let engineers touch tools...
Hey! I'm going to be a engineer.
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Hey! I'm going to be a engineer.
TWW, please step away from the tools......
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I've seen it too. They promote them so they don't hurt themselves or somebody else.

Every welder has a fire extinguisher mounted on it at my employer. With the yahoos I work with, its money well spent.
That's a good idea. I know my Dad has one in the garage and now I know where it is.
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