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    Default Make your own soda blaster

    I've seen this on a few blogs and it looks like a great idea, so I thought I'd pass it along - Check it out here

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    thats a pretty handy article! thanks for sharing

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    I'm gonna give this a shot. Thanks for sharing.

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    cool I'll use that one

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    this is pretty dam handy. hahah nice find.

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    THAT is why I love this place... We gonna have to have a section soon for "Homemade/Cheap Tools" if you guys keep it up...

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    thanx Bro --- i'm going to try this

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    just made mine and it works great i just now have to get more median for the feed store 50 lb bag for like 20 bucks and less then $6 into the blaster works for me.
    also it works on really fine sand

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    what a great link. I have a husky siphon feed sand blasting gun. Pretty much the same concept. I'm going to try this with my xs carbs.

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    Nice, I'm gonna have to try this.

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    I used it to clean up a crusty old master cylinder and it works great. Wear a mask and don't do it at the opening to y our garage. Ask me why LOL

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    Thanks for posting. I used to have that link but it got blown out.

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    You can make them as big as you want too, just depends on the size of compressor. I've built full on sand blasters in a pinch when i gotta get a job done in the field (industrial coatings). Used a 185 cfm and some 3/4" black pipe and a "Y" fitting making a siphon, works as a vacuum too going the other way!

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    i'm gonna blast my girl in the tits with this.

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    Ive got a buddy whose grandpa had a setup similar to this for cleaning spark plugs. It was in a cloth bag to catch the media so he didnt have to refill it every time, and had a hole in the bag to stick the plug into...pretty slick. And i bet it would remove the grime right off those tit..make em like brand new!

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    OK, just tried this my self. HOLEY SHIT MAN! This is the single BEST cleaning tool I have ever used on a carb. Any one know if it works that good on other shit? Like engines? Cooling fins are a bitch to clean, would this shit work on them just as well?

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    Depends on what a caked on mess you are dealing with. If it is minor, yes. The soda blaster will work, however, you will use a lot of baking soda.
    Costco sells a huge bag of baking soda for around $10. Better than buying a bunch of boxes.

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    Check this out:
    http://www.harborfreight.com/50-lbs-...dia-65929.html
    That should last a while.

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