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Bill and Linda Kenner

I once had a fuel tank on an old Cape Cod catboat that begin scaling and stopping things up. I could get it out of its resting place enough to rotate it but not enough room to remove it without major surgery to either tank or boat. I found an airplane product, Slouch-and-Seal. Cleaned the tank by pouring a solvent in and then put the S & S in for a number of spins. Poured out the remains and it worked better and longer than I expected. It coats the interior with a rubber/plastic film that protects the surface from oxidation. Don't know if it will work with diesel fuel tanks or not. Check with the manufacturer.

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