|Anyone that cleans a lot of spark plugs knows that a spark plug vibrator cleaner is the only way to go to break up and clean out stubborn lead deposits. A spark plug abrasive cleaner is great for the finish cleaning, but it just won't take care of the lead deposits found down around the plug porcelain. We offer an inexpensive way to professionally clean spark plugs. This 115V vibrator cleaner is small, light weight, easy to use. It is great for the pilot or mechanic that wants to carry one along -- just in case. 90 day guarantee.|
Works as expected.
The safest and most effective way to remove lead deposits. Great price too.
have cleaned over 100 sets of plugs with no problems still using original chisel just make sure you either loctite the set screws or check the tightness every once and a while
I deduct one star for lack of instructions. The item is a vibrating etching tool which is adapted (somehow) to accept the plug cleaning tool. Two collettes are included, with no set screws. I never figured out how to use those, so I fixed the plug scraper directly into the etcher using the set screw already there. It worked, but I wonder what the collettes are for. Otherwise, it works as advertised and Im pleased with the results.
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Yes, they are Part# 12-21355-2.