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sambooka

Windscreen Washers Mist Type

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I recently bought some white mist type washer jets. Now the fitting part was easy and I'm happy with the results

Before(bonnet on catch)

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After

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And for those who say they spray to low mine spray halfway down the roof aswell as the whole windscreen which is sort of the problem I know you can't adjust them but is there anyway I can clean them out I'm thinking compressed air but don't want to damage the internals

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There are no internals, all it is is a lump of plastic :P

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When I put a small screwdriver in it it felt like there was a rubber gasket on flaps in the front of it

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Hm, mine have no gasket as far as I've found, just a little heater thing.

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Yeh mine have the heater thing it just seemed like there was a springy rubber gasket. I only want to clear them out because one of them doesn't spray evenly

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Get a can of computer cleaning spray air (as high a pressure one you can find) and give it a good blast through.

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Compressed air at work is 10 bar think that should sort it or is that a bit much

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A very quick shot should be ok.

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