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Old 03-17-2019, 11:50 AM   #1
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Ever use this coil cleaner ?

Nu-Calgon 4171-75 Evap Foam No Rinse Evaporator Coil Cleaner. Just wondering how well it would work without rinsing?
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I am always suspicious of "no rinse" cleaners. Where does the dust go?
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We use to use a coil cleaner that didn't require rinsing when I did HVAC, it works quite well, it's the condensation that takes it off and washes the dirt in the drain pan, it's very hard to clean a A coil inside a home, they do work , but can't say about that brand.
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We use to use a coil cleaner that didn't require rinsing when I did HVAC, it works quite well, it's the condensation that takes it off and washes the dirt in the drain pan, it's very hard to clean a A coil inside a home, they do work , but can't say about that brand.


A coils they generally slide out with pipes attached and clean.
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A coils they generally slide out with pipes attached and clean.
They must run the pipes different where you're from, around here, it usually doesn't work out that way.
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A coils they generally slide out with pipes attached and clean.
You can't slide a A coil out without disconnecting copper lines, pumping the compressor down and cutting the condensate line. The rinse less spray worked well you just needed to remove the front panel. I liked the money doing all that, but I just couldn't rip the person off, when the rinse less one worked just as well. I like the cheap simple way myself.
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