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  1. #14
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    I deal with mostly greasy kitchen equipment.
    Use Viper aerosol coil cleaner, it has a needle fine spray which can get into the smallest of fin spacing, and follow up with hot water rinse using a hand pump sprayer.

    Cookie sheet or sheet pans below to catch the dripping.

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  3. #15
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    Sep 2007
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    Viper and rinse with water in a pump spayer. I only use nitrogen on ice machines that I don't want coil cleaner going into the bin.
    I got some old Tupperware that I have in my truck to cat water.. or if your cleaning a true unit, just pull the condensate pan out from under the unit and put it under the coil.

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