Solvent tank

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    Solvent tank

    I am looking for an inexpensive solvent tank or the DIY solvent tank. I have seen a few an they are expensive... 300.00 + dollars. Any ideas?

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    Are you looking for a solvent tank, or a parts washer?
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    Do you have any Harbor Freight stores near you? They have them for $50 to $140 dollars. Or check other tool supply type stores, even auto parts store may have them. Check Craigslist too.
    I would even go to Youtube and see if there are any do-it-yourself videos on solvent tanks.

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    Solvent tank

    I'm looking not necacerilly a solvent tank like the ones auto shops have, that's way to big. I'm looking for one about the size of an ammo can

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    Try an ammo can.
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    Neiko #10380 3-1/2 Gallon Parts Washer $45.22

    For pistol cleaning I use an old aluminum ice tray and some Hoppes. Pump is not necessary. I do have a 40 gallon solvent tank in the shop.
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    Try this one.

    6-1/2 Gallon Parts Washer

    or this one if you like the ultra sonic ones.

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    I thought Solvent Tank was people.
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