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hi i had massive bubbles in my loop


so i did add 1 drop "harpic toilet cleaner"

bubbles are gone

but will it hurt my system ??
i need some help because my system is on the run
and i fear any leaks due damaged blocks rads or tubes .....
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Hi, not sure if this is for serious..

But you shouldn't ever use harpic in your loop, If it was my look i would take it apart and clean everything with distilled water and vinegar.

And in future use Clean parts with distilled water or Coolant only. Can also add some Bio anti algea stuff..

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Hi, not sure if this is for serious..

But you shouldn't ever use harpic in your loop, If it was my look i would take it apart and clean everything with distilled water and vinegar.

And in future use Clean parts with distilled water or Coolant only. Can also add some Bio anti algea stuff..

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well it was only 1 drop bubbles are forming for no reason ... i used
2 L demineralized water + EK EKoolant Premium Liquid Cooling Premix Coolant +PrimoChill Intensifier uv red and green + Swiftech Green UV Reactive HydrX Coolant

i did test this liquid for 7 days in plastic bottle in the sun nothing happned to it
loop was flushed about 5-10 times with tap water
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Fair enough, still see no reason in using harpic. Up to yourself.

Also probably shouldnt use so many coolants. Stick to one.
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i just want to know will 1 drop of harpic do damage to my loop ....

the drop is in the loop
i don't want to loose all that dye .... and coolants ...
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Again, if it was my loop i wouldn't use it. But i cant really comment on whether it will cause damage. Most likely not if its just one drop but I'm not a chemist.
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Again, if it was my loop i wouldn't use it. But i cant really comment on whether it will cause damage. Most likely not if its just one drop but I'm not a chemist.
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I'm not sure if this is going to be bad or good, but its got to be better than toilet cleaner.

A friend of mine told me to add a bit of my own saliva, and I must say, it worked pretty well at getting rid of larger bubbles from my first fill up.

after flushing 2-3 times though bubbles were a non issue.



Bubbles in your loop was probably just residual stuff from cleaning parts or the manufacturing process.
post #9 of 29
The cleaner shouldn't harm the tubing as I'm assuming it's just basic PVC tubing. My concern would be with the blocks/rad. Can you give us a full breakdown of your loop? That way we can find out if the cleaner will react with any of them.

Personally, I would never trust something like this in the loop, not only for the possibility of it damaging the loop and system, but because it isn't really necessary and you never know the outcome (temps/flow wise).
    
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Shouldn't hurt tubing at all however Hydrochol. acid reacts with iron leaving FeCl , similar reactions with other metals.
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