steaming is the best way, some welding shops can do this. find a shop that is
osha approved to weld on fuel tanks, they will have one.
"G. Simmons" wrote:
> I second Wally's recommendation of a power washer. Best of all is a steam
> cleaner, or failing that, a hot pressure washer. The heat really helps to
> break up the grease. I try to find a strip of old carpet to put underneath
> so that afterwards, all the gunk can be rolled up and tossed out.
> Grant S.
> 54 3100 (mostly all there)
> 54 3100 (mostly not there)
> 55 1st 3100 (mostly rust)
> Los Angeles, CA
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