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[at-l] Cleaning fuel bottles
- Subject: [at-l] Cleaning fuel bottles
- From: Phil Heffington <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1999 15:44:03 -0500
I have a couple of questions on this topic. Why is it necessary to "clean"
a fuel bottle if all you are going to do is replace white gas with denatured
alcohol or vise versa. There is not enough residue in a dry bottle to make
any significant difference is there? Don't they mix similar substances
sometimes in making car fuel?
I am speaking from a near total level of ignorance on this subject I will
grant you, but don't they use dry ice to force gasoline fumes from storage
tanks in order to work on them?
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