BikeMaster Parts Washer

BikeMaster Parts Washer
BikeMaster Parts Washer

$125.96 $139.95
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Skygirl180 Verified Purchaser
Seaside, OR 97138, USA
1946 Bellana Aircraft

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.

46 Bellanca
CandGrepairs Verified Purchaser
Green Bay, WI, USA
Great deal for the price

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

2 Questions
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Location: Capellades
Q: It comes with clean liquid?
4 months 9 days ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
4 months 8 days ago
A: No. Recommended to use with a water-based solvent, not included.

*Recommend water-based solvent (sold separately).
Location: Daytona Beach, FL, USA
Q: Can you use acid based solvents?
1 year 7 months ago
We actually don't want to use this as a parts washer. We want to be able to use it for doing patina on pewter pieces. The chemical is an acid base and I was wondering if this could handle an acid based chemical.
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 7 months ago
A: For that I would contact BikeMaster directly at (877) 848-1320 or
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