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Anything that fits the orifice should suffice, but it should be a softer metal than the brass jet. I've used torch tip cleaners personally, then high pressure air, after using carb cleaner.
 

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I tried a wire from wire brush, nothing works for me but needle. Deposits are too hard for a soft wire, sometimes needle cannot go thru.
 

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You need to soak them in carb cleaner first.
 

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That depends on how dirty they are.
 

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Overnight is a good starting point
 

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Overnight in Alaska, or Kansas? And what time of year, cause nights are longer in winter.
 

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Go for it. You've got nothing to lose at this point.
 
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