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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-9.  GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES - Continued 4-9.2  General Cleaning Instructions - Continued e. Degreasing Machine WARNING 1,1,1 Tricloroethane is toxic to skin, eyes and lungs.  Skin and eye protection is required.  Avoid prolonged or repeated contact.  Good, general ventilation is normally adequate. Heavy    oil    and    grease    may    be    removed    with    a    degreasing    machine    filled    with    1,1,1 Trichloroethane.  All parts shall be dipped in rust preventive oil after removal from machine. f. Baking Soda Solution Truck battery exterior surfaces, terminals, and cable clamps should be cleaned with a weak solution of baking soda (item 5, Appendix E) and water.  A bristle brush soaked in the solution may be used to remove caked dirt or corrosion products. g. Solvent Spray Gun WARNING Spray  gun  must  be  used  in  spray  booth  with  filter  and  face  shield  for  personnel  since  dry cleaning  solvent  (item  10,  Appendix  E)  is  toxic  to  skin,  eyes  and  lungs.    Avoid  prolonged  or repeated contact. h. Hot Water/Steam Radiator cores should be cleaned with steam or hot water.  If sediment within the core cannot be completely removed in this way, core will have to be boiled in a chemical bath.  This bath is a strong solution of caustic soda and is available in a radiator repair shop. j. Pressure Wash Painted surfaces (e g truck body) shall be cleaned with a detergent solution and a pressure washer.  Always rinse surface with clean water. Although the truck body paint is very durable, certain solvents may damage the paint.  Keep solvents away from painted surfaces.  A pressure washer should be used to remove excessive road dirt, oil, and grease from exterior parts prior to dismantling. k. Steam Cleaning Oil and fuel tanks should be flushed with steam for at least 24 hours before welding or maintaining such tanks l. Ball and Roller Bearings When cleaning ball or roller bearings, place them in a basket.  Suspend the basket in a dry cleaning solvent, (item 10, Appendix E) preferably, overnight.  If needed, use a brush to remove caked grease or chips.  Avoid rotating the bearings until all solid particles are removed.  When bearings are clean, spin them in a light lubricating oil to remove solvent, (item 17, Appendix E). 4-60

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