I bought this to wash bicycle parts in and so far its done the job well. It could use a longer hose though for left handed users. I've also seen this same parts washer on different websites and they list different capacities for the solvent tank. This particular one holds 2.5 gallons of solvent even though the manual says 5 gallons. The real challenge is to find a water based solvent that works.
BikeMaster Parts Washer
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I recently just purchased a new to me old aircraft that need a lot of love. I would have like to have gotten a full blown Parts Washer with solvent, but I have restrictions on space, and chemicals, and I’m not going to use it all of the time. I liked this washer because I can seal it up when I am finished, it moves a large volume of cleaner without splashing it all over place, and I can set it under the bench when I am done with it. One recommendation, don’t cheep out on your cleaner, and get 5 gal. I didn’t think that it would use the full 5 gals of cleaner, but in the end I was mistaken, so keep that in mind. Also with a citrus based cleaner it may take a-bit longer so be patient. Last but not least, the parts guy “Shane” was awesome will buy from them again.
This thing works awesome, only gripe I have is that the directions don't tell you that you have to separate the drain plug from the filter to recirculate solvent
*Recommend water-based solvent (sold separately).