We continue to clean the covers :) Let's try a slightly different cleaning technology, unlike www.drive2.ru/l/568656694721118680/, since the native cover was not so dirty.
We plug the holes with improvised means (do not worry about the ventilation valve - it is inoperative)
Instead of a glove, it would be nice to find a cork, because. The rubber of the glove is not oil resistant. From priors in diameter it fits, but the thread pitch is different (larger).
We wash to the maximum from above. Turn over and fill with kerosene.
After a day in kerosene.
Drain, fill, slosh until you like the result. Then we take 646 solvent and pour it into the ventilation. Leave for a day, closing the top so that it does not evaporate. After a day, drain - fill - slosh.
Then we take the ejection gun, fill it with solvent and flush the ventilation. Then the same with the solvent. The volume of flushing fluid - the more - the better.
I also bought Profoam 1000. I have never worked with it - I decided to try it.
What can I say, I'm impressed. If the layer is not thick, it washes off immediately. A little thicker - it washes off in two applications. He also poured it into the ventilation and was sighing. In the instructions for use, it says to rinse with water. Indeed, it is necessary to rinse off to remove the remnants of this substance.
The final version (ventilation, I hope, washed out)
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