Engine Degreaser Spray

Engine Degreaser (AED) is a professional-strength formula packed with powerful degreasing solvents that quickly and easily remove the toughest grease, dirt and grime from engine surfaces. Just spray it on and wash off with water.

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Engine Degreaser

A new addition for engines specifically. Use the other degreaser for floors, forklift chains, impossible grime..  This new formulation allows one to use less than competing products so it’s like having two cans in one.

Clean Your Engine Like a Pro

Product Code – AED

Performance Features

  • Removes the toughest grease, dirt and grime
  • Leaves no residue
  • Easy to use
  • Powerful stream
  • Safe on all engine components

 

Printable Product Data Sheet for Amsoil Engine Degreaser.

Directions

  1. Ensure engine is off and cool.
  2. Cover any unsealed items that may be sensitive to water such as the distributor, air filter, air intake system, carburetor, electronic controls and electrical components. Limit contact on all under-hood wiring and electronic sensors.
  3. Shake well and apply generously to dry engine.
  4. Allow to soak for 15 minutes. Brush heavy deposit areas.
  5. Rinse with water from the top down.
  6. When complete, remove added coverings and replace any removed parts. Start engine and idle to ensure complete drying.
  7. Repeat procedure as necessary.

Note: Wipe product from exterior painted surfaces immediately. Avoid use of Engine Degreaser on asphalt or other surfaces affected by organic solvents. Do not use highly pressurized water to clean engine.

AMSOIL PRODUCT AVAILABILITY

AMSOIL Engine Degreaser is available in 15-ounce spray cans.

AMSOIL PRODUCT WARRANTY

AMSOIL products are backed by a Limited Liability Warranty. For complete information visit www.amsoil.com/warranty.aspx.

Disposal

Aerosols may have different disposal requirements than other wastes in your area. Dispose of contents and container in accordance with all federal, state/provincial and local regulations.

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