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Ultrasonic Cleaner - 14th January @ Aldi - £16.99

£16.99 @ ALDI
Perfect for cleaning delicate items, such as jewellery, reading glasses, electric shaver heads and watches. 220-240V, 50W, 50Hz Digital timer 3 minutes auto shut-off LED control lamp Tank … Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Perfect for cleaning delicate items, such as jewellery, reading glasses, electric shaver heads and watches.

220-240V, 50W, 50Hz
Digital timer
3 minutes auto shut-off
LED control lamp
Tank capacity: 600ml
Watch holder
Plastic basket
CD holder (for 2 CDs/DVDs)
Non-slip feet
ABS housing
Available in: Silver and Black
BS plug
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#2
And cheaper than recent Lidl offering (about £18).

Never used one. Can anyone comment on their effectiveness? Will they clean a gummed up carburettor like the professional services do?
#3
You'll need some de-greaser/surfactant/detergent 'stuff' for heavy duty cleaning. For £17 I'd give it a go...
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Can anyone comment on their effectiveness? Will they clean a gummed up carburettor like the professional services do?


No, it won't be very effective on a gummed up carburettor.
You are more likely to get better results using an acidic cleaner and hard brush action.

I used to sell ultrasonic cleaning tanks both to the garages and jewellers.
Without getting too technical yes you need a suitable detergent/chemical/cleaning agent to get the best result.
The jewellers use high frequency tanks to get a gentle cleaning action.
The garages use low frequency tanks to get an aggressive cleaning action.

The advertised bath clearly states for gentle cleaning hence not suitable for workshop use really.
#5
Thanks both - advice appreciated.
#6
Electrolube Safe Wash is a very good cleaner from my experience. I'll try and pick one of these up, will come in handy I'm sure.
#7
Doh! Just ordered one from Maplin - sigh :(

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