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Old 08-14-2013, 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by sokoloff View Post
Keep in mind that the proper way to flush the system is to deoil before you descale. You are supposed to deoil whether there is evidence of oil in the system or not and it is so easy to do, why not do it right? The citric acid is the descaling agent. Something like Liquid Tide or dish washing soap is a good deoiling agent.
I make my own laundry detergent. It does not foam much at all. I wonder if it would be a good deoiling soap. I might be able to make a special recipe that is better at removing oil. I'm thinking about this for the next time I tackle a citric flush.
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