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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Jizer to clean winches

    I've always used paraffin as it's cheap and effective. Soak for a while then use an old toothbrush and stand to drain before lubricating and reassembling.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Jizer to clean winches

    Quote Originally Posted by Poignard View Post
    I love the smell of Gunk in the morning.
    Well at least your fetish isn’t Napalm in the morning.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Jizer to clean winches

    Quote Originally Posted by Praxinoscope View Post
    Well at least your fetish isn’t Napalm in the morning.
    Of Kurtz it is
    "Brexit: like watching a library being burned down by people who can't read"

  4. #14
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    Jun 2007
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    Home: North West, Boat: The Clyde
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    Default Re: Jizer to clean winches

    Gunk and Jizer are completely different

    Jizer was the degreaser in the workshop during my apprenticeship, it hence reminds me of “work”.

    My dad seemed to have gallons of gunk so it was the degreaser used for cleaning car parts during the period of my life when cars needed more attention than women, it hence reminds me of “play”.

    I’m sure that either would be fine for winches. Noting the good comments re solubility already made.

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