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  • Kamal Hasni
    I put the plugs in a small jar and only poured enough Sea Foam in to cover the carboned area and let them soak overnight. I then lightly brushed them clean with a bristle parts cleaner brush and blew them out with an air compressor. Cleaned like new.22 Feb 2009
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