I have been using No-Toil air cleaner oil and cleaner but... what are you using? What do you do when you clean your air cleaner while traveling?
I use Dawn and really hot water (just a stock air filter on mine). My travels don't generally exceed an oil change interval, but I've used the wee bottle of Dawn that cleans the dishes and I carry a similar bottle of oil on desert trips. I can't remember what the name of the oil is right now - got it from Buster.
Keep thinking I should get a spare filter and carry it with me, all oiled up and ready to go.
Haven't got past the thinking part...
+1The No-Toil system is the way to go.
It's simple.. I have soap.. I have hot water.. I'm cheap.. I own a KLR..
Need I say more??:11a:
I've been kicking around the dishwasher.. I already use it for removing cosomoline from guns...The No-Toil cleaner is a dry detergent that you mix in hot water. Drop the filter in and the oil practically falls off. Really it's great much easier than dish soap. The filter gets squeaky clean, some even clean their filters in the dishwasher (unmarried guys I'm sure).
Not trying to convert you just saying...
My old firearms come out lemony fresh with Walmarts brand of gel dish detergent.. My dishes come out the same way..So my question is this, what kind of cleaning agent could I safely use as a parts washer in it? I was a bachelor once and know not to squirt Dawn into it when the dishwasher tablets run out :-0
Shhhh...Darn now I have to find a dishwasher for the garage and I don't have a dishwasher for the house. Single, yes.
The air cleaner information is very good and diverse. Just what I was looking for. I am giving the No-Toil a test to San Diego and back then decide if I need to carry cleaner and oil for the eight state + Canada trip.
Well, every once in a while I have to (and I hate to admit this) wash clothes in the shower while on jobs.. I usually take enough clothes for an extra day, but sometimes that's not enough, and I don't have time to go to a laundrymat.. Toss em' on the floor of the tub, use up some soap to wash as good as possible, rinse well, hang overnight, and dry what's left in the morning with an iron..last three posts: creative, frugal, just plain smart, and not necesarily in that order. Would have never thought about the motel soap and shower. Thanks for the brand names.