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Old 10-12-2008, 09:16 PM
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I know i have been told to put killem in my wvo when i store it but i might not be able to get that stuff in my town. I might be able to get that power service stuff bio kleen, anyone ever use it? how good is it?
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Old 10-13-2008, 07:03 PM
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i haven't seen bio-kleen or killem, but how long are you storing wvo?
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i let my 20 litre cubies sit for around a month or so and then i filter it it into 200liter plastic barrels. i figure the filtered oil will be in their for around 2 to 3 months before its all used up.
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Old 10-14-2008, 05:48 AM
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2-3 months should be ok. Just take a sniff and see if it smells like used oil or rancid rotting dog crap. if it smells ok, I would not worry. I have some oil sitting in barrels now for about 6 months and after 4 it still smelled ok, but i added some biokleen to it just to be safe.
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If your stored oil is bone dry (passes the hot pan test with zero bubbles) you are much better off than having a layer coffee cream (wet oil) at the bottom. It's the wet oil that turns rancid. Two or three months is not a long period of storage. Killem is almost impossible to find locally. I ordered mine through FryerToFuelDotCom. Put a drain valve at the bottom of your 200 liter barrel to drain off any settled sediment and coffee cream that may not have been removed prior.
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