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Cleaning a Plastic Gas Tank?

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Question Cleaning a Plastic Gas Tank?

i have a nasty and i mean real nasty fuel tank that needs a good cleaning but its plastic. so nasty it looks like tar in the bottom! any ideas what to use? normally i would take it to the radiator shop if it were steel, but this one is some form of plastic.
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