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Originally Posted by oneclick View Post
I put the parts in a ziploc bag with whatever solvent I'm using, then hang the bag in the cleaner filled with water; saves on solvent and mess. My cleaner is years old and has only ever had water (directly) in it.
This is a Pro tip/commercial trick, many use to keep the tank from getting nasty and it controls the cost factor greatly.
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