excellent, economical way to degrease
I love this stuff, and have been using it for years in my parts tank and in spray bottles for keeping my engine compartments clean. After every oil change I spray everything top and bottom, hose off and run the engine until dry. Also does a good job getting the drips off the driveway, but not asphalt, only concrete. It's very economical when diluted 9 to 1 with some sort of solvent. I use jet A, a type of kerosene, since I have access to the test drain fuel from an airport. Don't consider gasoline, it's very dangerous and probably deadly. Gunk degreaser has always been good, but the spray cans get very expensive to use. The concentrate is seldom stocked at your parts store, but Amazon ordering solves that problem. I think it also comes in a quart size if you don't use that much. The spray bottle must be one of those chemical proof types, or the seals will only last a short time. They can also be found on Amazon.
Superb Additive for a Parts Cleaner Unit.
One of the best products I have ever used. I use this is in a parts cleaner with no pump/motor mixed with Kerosene ( paraffin oil ) . I have been using this product several years, bought it locally for as long as I could (for nearly double the price) and it has been increasingly difficult to find since some of the local mom and pop parts stores have closed.
We use this to clean the worst grease imaginable. Caked on, 'baked' on, etc. It works! We clean aircraft - nothing else that we have tried works as well - except AvGas - but that's not even remotely safe - lol!