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Hey to all. This may be a tired and spoken of topic, but I'm a bit frustrated. It's been a year and I still have leftover dye from my first loop run from about a year ago in my rads. I used EK's blue coolant concentrate, diluted properly. Not the new cryoFuel, and I can't find a link to their older stuff. Not pastel.

I've done multiple attempts with the blitz part one on both rads, but there is still left over dye that eventually shows it's color after a month or so. Same amount with blitz part two on the whole system. I know it's in the rads. hwlabs gtr 420x2. Never re-used tubing.

Currently been using white pastel from Mayhems.. It's perfect white at first but eventually gets a blue tinge. I've done 3 teardowns since then with new fluid each time

Is there no other way to completely get this leftover dye out of the rads without ruining them? would running/flushing distilled for a while over and over an extended period of time eventually get it all out? Do I really have to replace the rads? That would really suck. Thanks for any tips.
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post #106723 of 107101
Fill the ads with boiling water. shake them till the rad is touchable/cooled down while shaking. Do this 2-3 times and the blue should be gone.

Maybe to be save mix vinegar in the boiling water. But do this only with an open window!!!
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Fill the ads with boiling water. shake them till the rad is touchable/cooled down while shaking. Do this 2-3 times and the blue should be gone.

Maybe to be save mix vinegar in the boiling water. But do this only with an open window!!!

OK, thank you. Is it strange that the blitz part 1 didn't get rid of it? I did the full 12 hour soak and a good bit of shaking. Did it during every tear-down. Just curious if it was a waste. It did get rid of "tarnish", particulates and some of the blue. Guess I thought it was the cure.

Boiling water and distilled vinegar outside. Will do.
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Hey to all. This may be a tired and spoken of topic, but I'm a bit frustrated. It's been a year and I still have leftover dye from my first loop run from about a year ago in my rads. I used EK's blue coolant concentrate, diluted properly. Not the new cryoFuel, and I can't find a link to their older stuff. Not pastel.

I've done multiple attempts with the blitz part one on both rads, but there is still left over dye that eventually shows it's color after a month or so. Same amount with blitz part two on the whole system. I know it's in the rads. hwlabs gtr 420x2. Never re-used tubing.

Currently been using white pastel from Mayhems.. It's perfect white at first but eventually gets a blue tinge. I've done 3 teardowns since then with new fluid each time

Is there no other way to completely get this leftover dye out of the rads without ruining them? would running/flushing distilled for a while over and over an extended period of time eventually get it all out? Do I really have to replace the rads? That would really suck. Thanks for any tips.

I had this exact same problem after switching from a red fluid to clear. I kept getting little traces of red dye in the loop. What I did was lay the radiators on the counter and hook them up so that the flow was the opposite of what had been run in the loop. Run blitz part 2 with a D5 pump on its highest setting and was sure to cause enough turbulence to make the blitz part 2 solution foam up properly. Once I did that, it was only a few hours before the cleaning solution had a red tinge to it. I let it run for a whole day and then drained it. Refilled with distilled water and ran it for an hour to flush the part 2 out. After that, no more color change. My theory is that there were flow dead spots in the radiator where the dyes weren't getting properly stripped and flushed out of the rad. Be sure to run Blitz part 2 at a high flow rate with a strong pump. The solution needs to look like a white foam while it is running to "scrub" the surface of the rad.
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Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post

Fill the ads with boiling water. shake them till the rad is touchable/cooled down while shaking. Do this 2-3 times and the blue should be gone.

Maybe to be save mix vinegar in the boiling water. But do this only with an open window!!!

Based on some posts in this forum I thought boiling water was considered bad for rads?
 
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thought i'd share some pics of a customer build I have finished yesterday. Full build log and many pics here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1639630/build-log-i7-7700k-1080ti-sli-dual-loop-corsair-900d-by-likwid-mods


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Wow! Very nice. Love some Watercool stuff. thumb.gif
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I had this exact same problem after switching from a red fluid to clear. I kept getting little traces of red dye in the loop. What I did was lay the radiators on the counter and hook them up so that the flow was the opposite of what had been run in the loop. Run blitz part 2 with a D5 pump on its highest setting and was sure to cause enough turbulence to make the blitz part 2 solution foam up properly. Once I did that, it was only a few hours before the cleaning solution had a red tinge to it. I let it run for a whole day and then drained it. Refilled with distilled water and ran it for an hour to flush the part 2 out. After that, no more color change. My theory is that there were flow dead spots in the radiator where the dyes weren't getting properly stripped and flushed out of the rad. Be sure to run Blitz part 2 at a high flow rate with a strong pump. The solution needs to look like a white foam while it is running to "scrub" the surface of the rad.

Why are you guys assuming that the dye is only stuck in the rads? It could be stuck basically anywhere in the loop, in any fitting, in any o-ring, in any crevice that liquid touches.

Simply cleaning out the radiators isn't anywhere near sufficient to get rid of dyes from a system.
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I had this exact same problem after switching from a red fluid to clear. I kept getting little traces of red dye in the loop. What I did was lay the radiators on the counter and hook them up so that the flow was the opposite of what had been run in the loop. Run blitz part 2 with a D5 pump on its highest setting and was sure to cause enough turbulence to make the blitz part 2 solution foam up properly. Once I did that, it was only a few hours before the cleaning solution had a red tinge to it. I let it run for a whole day and then drained it. Refilled with distilled water and ran it for an hour to flush the part 2 out. After that, no more color change. My theory is that there were flow dead spots in the radiator where the dyes weren't getting properly stripped and flushed out of the rad. Be sure to run Blitz part 2 at a high flow rate with a strong pump. The solution needs to look like a white foam while it is running to "scrub" the surface of the rad.

Interesting, I'll set up a simple res/pump/rad/rad loop when I do another teardown. I have part 2 left over I think. Thanks.
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Why are you guys assuming that the dye is only stuck in the rads? It could be stuck basically anywhere in the loop, in any fitting, in any o-ring, in any crevice that liquid touches.

Simply cleaning out the radiators isn't anywhere near sufficient to get rid of dyes from a system.

Because I've throughly cleaned everything else possible. Over the course of a year, three full teardowns/cleans, I still have the blue tinge coming out eventually. Therefor, I deduce that it's the one thing that I can't take apart and clean thoroughly, the big rads.
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