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What are you cleaning? If the Purple Power contains sodium hydroxide it will attack non-ferrous metals like aluminum and zinc. The ultrasound seems to amplify the action of anything you add to the water. I notice if the solution gets old it starts to leave a "soap scum" on the parts if they are in the machine too long or aren't rinsed soon enough.
 

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I used to have a few gallons of liquid freon that cleaned like a mother fucker & was dry as soon as you took it out. Thanks algore.
 

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Lmmfao! Took me a min to get that!:)
 

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IDIOTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Be proud to be such dumbasses since you fail to answer a legit question.
 

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I usually use LA's Awesome in mine. When cleaning something more delicate I use Dawn and water. I have added quite a bit of Dawn and never had problems but it also didnt seem to help. The heat seems to help the most, I can tell when I forget to turn it on:rolleyes:
 

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On a serious note...I would think that an extra amount of soap/solvent would be overkill, since the sound waves, and heat does most of the work. (as Can't drive 55 stated). We always use a measured amount in ours. Some cleaners I have seen (such as ones for electrical parts, and plastic), just use water.
 

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8 oz of Simple Green in the 2.5L HF unit is what I use. The new blue "fresh scent" doesn't stink like normal simple green does.
 
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