Mechanic's Thread Cleaner is a new invention available for license: Patent pending
The inventor built the Mechanic's Thread Cleaner because he was tired of tearing up his knuckles using a still brush to clean the threads. It looks exactly like a 1" deep end socket, where you simply turn in on the rusted bolt and turn it off. You can adapt a ratchet, air gun, drill or simply turn it by hand. That's how simple it is to use, because the threads come out just like the factory-installed piece.
The Mechanic's Thread Cleaner has been tested by several licensed Class A mechanics, and they could not believe how well it worked. It goes in to very tight places, cleans the threads like new without even using lubricants, and makes it very easy to remove the nut.
Click here to see a short video clip:
The Mechanic's Thread Cleaner looks
exactly like a 1" deep end socket:
The inventor is looking for a manufacturer or a licensee
Inventor: Fernand Chretien,
17-4 Terryfox Place, Sault Saint Marie, Ontario, Canada P6A-6M9
Phone: (705) 759-0320
E-mail: [email protected]
since March 26, 2010