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Just wanted to pass on some info on a new (to me) product that was being raved about over at the VJMOG newsgroup.

It's called Deep Creep by Sea Foam.
A lot of us are familiar with Sea Foam itself, a pretty darned good product.
This Deep Creep stuff is supposed to be the hot smokin' setup for busting apart seized up parts.

I haven't tried it yet myself, but plan to try it on my next project - don't know what that will be just yet, but it will undoubtedly be a rusted hulk.
And frankly, I've never been impressed with PB Blaster at all. So any superior product of this nature that actually works deserves investigation.

I'll be waiting to hear any of your comments about it, as it's something we could all use, I'm sure.

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wasn't impressed with it. Hell, I didn't even know it was new. I just picked some up at the parts store when I was working on the exhaust on my car.

We use some stuff called S'Ok at work, and it is the best stuff I have ever used on seized up and rusted parts.
It even made the 10 year old tarnish in my float bowls turn to goo in seconds.

,Dustin
 

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Got it at my small town parts store. Eagle Auto. I believe it was a CarQuest at the time, but It may have been after they turned into a PartsPlus.

I don't really have anything else to say about it. I used it and didn't really care for it so now I just bring some S'Ok from work.
 

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Dustin.... WE want to know where WE can get this S'OK stuff!......(Just thought I should clarify).....Steve
 

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According to the regular seafoam can, deep-creep is seafoam in a spray can. Haven't tried it.

Count me as another not really impressed with PB.

I am impressed with Würth Röst Off.... which I couldn't find.


So I got a can of Rost Off Extra but haven't tried it to see if it is up to the original.

And then I found a link to plain ol' Rost Off. clik

Happy trails.
 

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We used to carry sea foam and deep creep in my NAPA store. It's just Stoddard solvent (mineral spirits) with a little, light oil. I was never impressed with it. I used to get some stuff that Honda made for decarbonizing their outboards that worked quickly on rusted nuts but I don't remember the name. We had a tech that had learned about it while working at a Honda (car) dealership. I think other outboard companies had the same thing, when they made two strokes. You could put a drop of it on the parts and watch it suck right in to the joint and a few minutes later, it would be relatively easy to break loose.
 
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