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Stripping rubber liner out of gas tank




I AM LOOKING FOR AN ACID THAT EATS RUBBER BUT NOT METAL. I AM CLEANING THE INSIDE OF A FUEL TANK THAT IS LINED WITH RUBBER. I DON'T WANT THE RUBBER AND I DO NOT WANT TO DAMAGE THE FUEL TANK. CAN YOU HELP ME WITH THIS?

GIL WISEMAN
- WESTMINSTER, COLORADO, USA
2003


I am in the same predicament. I have to remove old gas tank line that applied incorrectly and peeling off because it has been sitting w/o fuel in the tank. Neither concrete cleaner, or acetone works. Did you find something that worked? Please let me know.

Tony Adkins
- Madison, Wisconsin
2004


Use acetone [on eBay or Amazon affil link]. I just used it work great use at FULL strength for best results.

Bike Guy
- Canada
2005




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