Foaming Coil Cleaners are a staple in every AC repair mans truck, and if you have never used foam to clean your own outside condensing unit, or the indoor evaporator coil, you are missing out on one of the easiest ways a homeowner can not only maintain their own system, but also spot small problems before they turn into big ones!

If you have ever used an oven, or even an engine cleaner spray, you know how these foaming coil cleaners work, and if not… the directions are super easy!

Spray it on directly from the can… wait a few minutes, and spray it off with a garden hose or steady water stream! For very dirty coils, we recommend getting 2 cans, and using a soft bristle brush with the spray from the first can, rinse it off, then repeat the process a week or two later, with only the water rinse.

Use the coil cleaner on:

  • Evaporator Coil
  • Condenser Coil and Condensing Units
  • Window AC Coil Cleaners
  • Refrigerator Coils

Heck, you can even use this coil cleaner on the radiator of your automobiles to clean the bugs and other road grime off, helping your car run cooler! 🙂

 

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