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    Quote Originally Posted by staax View Post
    i especially like the size in the pic of the scouring pad haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by staax View Post
    Hey PLP,

    Not sure if it was just a typo but did you actually use steel wool?

    The cheap DIY method is to use stainless steel scouring pads (like you use for your dishes):

    Steel wool has been known to be rather brittle and may brake apart and get sucked into the manifold. And despite it getting caked in fuel/oil, some of it may end up rusting too and then you'll get that in your engine.

    The scouring pads are much less likely to break apart.
    yeah yeah yeah... that's what I meant.

    ESL is to blame here. (ESL = English as a Second Language)

    It is a scouring pad indeed. But it looks like wool and is made of steel, right? Direct translation I'd say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 15ForteSX View Post
    i especially like the size in the pic of the scouring pad haha
    Sorry is it too big? Too small? I'm on mobile lol it looks perfect for me.
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    yeah yeah yeah... that's what I meant.

    ESL is to blame here. (ESL = English as a Second Language)

    It is a scouring pad indeed. But it looks like wool and is made of steel, right? Direct translation I'd say.
    Alright no problem, just checking is all.

    Just when I hear steel wool I think of this:



    Which is what ya don't want in your can haha.
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    What kind of sheep gives steel wool?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shagger View Post
    What kind of sheep gives steel wool?
    Come on man... that's just a baaaaaaad joke.
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