Choosing the BEST ENGINE CLEANER and DEGREASER | Gunk vs Purple Power vs Super Clean vs Others

A perfect opportunity to test today’s latest cleaners on a 44 year old engine bay. This vehicle needs extensive metal work. Before metal is cut and removed from the engine bay, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to test these cleaners. This is my unbiased opinion upon using these cleaners. I paid for them with my own money. Nothing here was given to me or sponsored in any way. Cheers.

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Safety Glasses & 3M Respirator (you don’t want to breath this stuff)

Always adhere and follow safe practices when working on vehicles. Such as, use safety glasses, jack stands, no loose clothing, etc. No guarantee or warranty is implied. Use the information in this video at your own risk. If you don’t think you can perform the job then be smart and don’t.

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Choosing the Best Engine Cleaner and Degreaser



Phil3555 says:

Where can I get so called “wutter?” 😉

lowridingtrucks88 says:

Confirmed what I was guessing for my car. Thanks for taking time to show us on video. Thumbs up!

Jacob Moon says:

Rip soap

Discerning gentleman says:

Great review, thank you! I’ve found that SuperClean diluted 4 or 5 to 1 sometimes works better that the concentrate depending on the surface and type of grime you’re cleaning, which also makes it a fantastic value. Maybe worth testing at some point?

Kraals says:

I tried Simple Green full strength to clean my engine bay once.  Notice I said “once”.  It took the paint off.  Rough stuff, full strength.

yellowchopperproductions says:

I used to use Kerosene or even gasoline with a stiff brush, to soften the tar undercoat. I know its not environmentally safe though. Ive had good luck using Gunk liquid spray..(not the foam)…letting it sit, then hitting it with a 1400 lb, vibrating spray washer. That works pretty good. Way back, when I was a teen I worked as a mechanic on a golf course. I used a steam Jenny as it was called. It ran on Kerosene and produced very high pressure steam ! That would take anything off ! I used to wear rain pants and a rain coat, because the grease and oil would cover me from head to foot…hahaha. Peace. matt.

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