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Or if you are not into the petro chem way then Simple Green works well right out of the jug. It cuts the grease and is easy on the ground.

Hey, that brings up an important point. Never clean your engine where the effluent will be able to reach the ground or a stream. You could actually reduce your property value, but more importantly, it's pollution. Clean your engine where there is access to a sanitary sewer so the chemicals have a better chance of being treated properly.
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