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    Senior Member Varooom's Avatar
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    66-67 SWF Washer Bottle/ Top

    From my collection. Clearing off my shelves...

    Very nice Original SWF washer bottle with top and mesh pickup. No holes and solid. Has a slight red tint and can be cleaned better. Go for original parts always on your car.


    $225. (Now Sold)

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    Last edited by Varooom; 02-08-2018 at 04:05 PM.
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    Steve,
    Curious if you've cleaned one of these before and what is involved.
    Thanks,
    Bill
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    Quote Originally Posted by 911scfanatic View Post
    Steve,
    Curious if you've cleaned one of these before and what is involved.
    Thanks,
    Bill
    there is a thread about discolored plastic cleaning arround here
    if i remember right some chlorine chemicals are involved..always wanted but never tried ....still doubt it works till i see it

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    I too am interested in the source of this red stain. My tanks have it too, and nothing I have tried, including pure chlorine removes it completely. It seems the stain is through the plastic, not just on the surfaces. Thus, it is as if there is a chemical change in the plastic itself. But if so, why is the staining not uniform? Any chemists with plastics specialty out there?

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    Anyway, Steve, I'll buy it. Instructions please. Thank you, Jim

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    Jim, PM / email sent.
    Last edited by Varooom; 02-04-2018 at 10:30 AM.
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    Maybe somebody thought it was a good idea to put red antifreeze in their washer tank. Did it come from a cold climate car?

    Retr0brite might help you, there's recipes on the internet http://www.retr0bright.com/make.html

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    Sorry,
    Have not heard back from Jim (since email/PM well over 36hrs) so sale is pending with first in-line Erwin (Belgium)...
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    Sent Steve PayPal payment on Saturday the 3d. Guess he didn't see it. Jim

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    To be clear, nothing came from Jim to my PP, thank you. I gave him the weekend with no response to PM’s or email. . Sorry Jim. Nothing personal. Thank you Erwin.

    Been on here since 2006 with no issues with anyone. Would like to keep it that way. Please PM. Thx.
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