Penetrating Oil Showdown Episode 2. Will Seafoam Deep Creep prevail?

Could end liquid perhaps work better than probing liquor when it comes to loosening rusty thunderbolts today We’re gonna catch out once and for all whether or not this is gonna work the best because I’ve had a lot of people asked me to exam against these other brands of probing liquors now in a previous video we measured Acetone ATF mix against a lot of different penetrating fluids what we experienced was quite interesting and that is that acetone ATF actually came in second place just behind liquid winch which took the top spot So let’s get the testing underway and find out once and for all just how good damper fluid does when it comes to removing Rusty bolts just like in the previous video.I’ll be using a half inch rotation lug ornaments and nuts I’ve only torqued in to 80 footpounds this time though because my torque adaptor only goes up to 147 footpounds I do have a larger torque adapter if we need it, But I don’t like to change evaluation maneuvers in the middle of a test. I really like it when you guys provide comments and productive feedback. It cures me improve the social sciences. So based on the recommendations you guys stipulated I’ll be applying each infiltrating flowing with a dripper instead of using the spray can. Too I’ve added a washer. So, please keep the recommendations coming because it does help me. Do penetrating fluids actually drive? I drilled in sound a oneinch piece of plexiglass and then I oxide seeings the bolts.Additionally, I added a red-hot blue bound at the top. Obviously metalonmetal campaigns twice the blight as metal on plastic. Nonetheless, this will be supported some testify as to whether or not penetrating liquids do any good So I’ve got a total of twenty eight thunderbolts working in collaboration with. The first four include our assure group So I’m gonna go ahead and loosen those and see how much torque it takes.Do penetrating fluids actually creep in the rusted characters? The nut was threaded onto the ball threequarters of the course by hand then the nut and rod were oxidized So what we’ll do is apply the understand fluid that triumphs the competition to the top of this nut so we can see if it can creep all the way through the rust and out the bottom. So firstly up we’ll be measuring DOT 3 restraint fluid. So CRC Knock’er Loose loosens frozen metal areas, dissolves rust and corrosion, lubricates and prevents rust. SeaFoam Deep Creep powers through rust and varnish. So Fluid Film penetrates to free up heavily impounded parts. So BG InForce has an ion activated formula that infiltrates metal better than standard formula imbuing oils.In a previous video we researched WD4 0. This time we’re testing the Specialist which is specifically designed as a rot liberate penetrant scatter. So the damper fluid seems to have remained on the the washer did not spread beyond the washer it also did not evaporate. Okay, this is CRC Knock’er Loose. What’s interesting is the penetrating liquid seems like it’s mostly dried up. There’s a little bit toward the base of the nut, as well as it looks like it started to move away from the washer just a little. Okay, so SeaFoam Deep Creep seems like it is very similar to the the CRC Knock’er Loose However, it doesn’t seem to have spread away from the washer as much, it still seems like there’s a little bit more material remaining on the threads as well as the nut. Okay. This is Fluid Film. It’s very clear. It’s much different the rest of them. It looks like it’s slimed in this entire set of nuts and bolts.So BG InForce looks like it’s floated all the way down the nut and on down into the washer. It also hasn’t melted as rapidly as some of the other products. Okay, one of specific comments that parties made last hour is that it’s not realistic to apply a infiltrate liquid three times over three hours What they wanted me to test was applying a imbue flowing dedicating it some time to work and then try to loosen the bolts So what we’re going to do is come back in an hour And we race a test on each one of these to see how much torque it makes for these to come loose Well, we’re allowing the piercing flowings to go to work on the rusty nuts and bolts We’re going to go ahead and apply these products to this setup As you can see brake fluid actually imbued and travelled all the way down to the bottom of the bulb CRC Kock’er Loose do a great job as well. It exhaustively probed, went all the way down to the bottom of the bolt. SeaFoam did a great job. There’s a lot of SeaFoam that has fully infiltrated, it’s actually sitting outside a puddle of SeaFoam.You can see it about to drip off. This trash truly seems to work well. This is Fluid Film. It does not appear to have done much as far as penetrating. Most of the fluid film seems to remain up top. As you can see BG InForce did not fully penetrate and make it all the way to the bottom of the bolt. There’s a lot of probing liquor still at the priorities in the yarns that has not worked its course to the bottom. So does look like BG InForce did go down to thread some, but not quite as well as some of the other concoctions we’ve researched. WD Rust Specialist did a really good job. It has get all the way down to the bottom of the bolt. Okay, it’s been an hour so I’m gonna begin testing.What I’m going to do now is remove each one of these nuts to see how much penetration resulted. Okay chaps, slight change of plans. I was gonna leant the top imbue liquid on this bar and this nut to see if it could thoroughly probe. After I did the last video, I had a lot of requests to really concoction them all together and see if it would work well. So I decided to do is just take a little bit of each, dump it into one, arouse it up, and then drop it on top of this to see if it made a significant contribution. Now, I never recommend mingling chemicals because we could knowledge a chemical reaction. If that’s the case, I’m gonna have to open up the patronize entrance and get the devotees operating. So it doesn’t appear that the fluid has infiltrated anything. I don’t think mingling them all together is such a great idea after all. In fact, it’s stuck on there. This isn’t moving, and there’s no fluid that’s gone past the bottom of the nut. What I’m gonna do is soak up the permeate fluid and then remove the nut and see how far down it met it It’s all wet right now, but I think that’s because the fluid that was in there, as I was turning the ball it started to flow downward.But it took 56.4 footpounds of torque to break this liberate. And again, this wasn’t torqued. It was a put on by hand. So located upon the plexiglass evaluation, as well as how far the penetrate liquors traveled down the weaves, the result seemed to make sense: With SeaFoam Deep Creep coming out on top followed by CRC Knock’er Loose coming in second. Now regarding the other concoctions and compared to the last test, there time wasn’t a lot of age for these products to perform their duties. As you retained last video, it was a threehour test for three works. But witness said it did not make sense to do a threehour test, because in the real world , no one waits three hours for imbuing liquid to do its job, which is why I experimented differently this time Please let me know if you’d like to see a clash between SeaFoam and Liquid Wrench and I can put together a video on that.Or if you’d like me to test other infiltrate flowings. Thanks so much for watching the video and I look forward to seeing you next time ..

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