All you got to do, is stick a piece of bailing wire in the nozzle
immediately after use. When you want to use the can again, pull this
wire and the dried foam comes out. This may not work for long time
storage, but if you want to use the can within a few days, it works
On Tue, 08 Dec 2015 20:20:40 -0600, email@example.com wrote:
The answer saying to use pipe cleaner because it would last longer
was in reply to flushing the rube with acetone and blowing it
perfectly clean with a blast of air. The baling wire might be easier
to get out than the pipe cleaner.
I tried the pipe cleaner once - after that the acetone was tried -(it
got the pipe cleaner out) and I haven't bothered with the pipe cleaner
On Tue, 08 Dec 2015 21:44:34 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I would think the pipe cleaner would make it harder to remove, and it
might break since it's got a very thin wire inside. Bailing wire is
17gauge up to 12g. You can grab it with a plyers and it wont break.
On Friday, October 26, 2007 7:04:57 PM UTC-4, dbr wrote:
I have tried carburetor cleaner immediately after I am finished foaming something. Remove the nozzle by unscrewing it and spray cleaner into the opening until it comes out the other end. I doubt this will work if the foam has dried, however.
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