Brake Cleaner: Non-Chlorinated vs Chlorinated

Non-Chlorinated Brake Cleaner:

Chlorinated Brake Cleaner:

There are many choices of brake cleaners. Here I explore Non-chlorinated vs Chlorinated. I put the brake cleaners through a few side by side tests to see how they perform against each other. We also talk about the advantages of different types of brake cleaners.

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Giovani22 says:

Hi jeep solid ,are you doing any videos on changing the power steering hose ( either the one that brings oil to the pump or the return hose ) . I think my return hose is leaky . The return one looks easy . They talk about doing a flush whats that ?? jeep 1991 yj

3hdninja says:

Good Video. Lots of stuff to think about.

James T43 says:

What I am worried about is the effects of paint removal from certain parts maybe you could test the difference between the two and see which one removes paint better or worse than the other one

my name is says:

for regular use the nonchloronated works fine, but I you have a tough job chlorinated is the way to go. just don’t expose it to high heat or uv light. they both evaporate pretty quick so getting a little on you skin wont hurt you unless you are doing it regularly.

Ty Smith says:

I’m doing my first brake job so asked a few different mechanic friends what they used. They all said Non Chlorinated, was very surprised, thought it would be the more harmful powerful stuff.

Maximus Orion says:

Awesome video brother.

Kevin England says:

Good to know. Always wondered about the difference. Great Vid

JUKE179r says:

Great info. Sub’d even though I have a Land Rover. lol Cheers mate!

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