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GT-Expansion tank slush/mud

Thinking of removing it and clean it with clear/white vinegar.
Actually after removing it,i'll blank the appertures and top it up with vinegar and leave it for an hour or so.
Is this the correct 'fluid' that can be used for cleaning the tank?
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Vinegar will remove any limescale that has built up or you could use any de-scaleling product similar to what is used in a kettle or iron. If you do do this you will need to ensure that you get rid of all the residues as I am sure that the acid would not do the engine any good.
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that dirty sllush can be sign water pump is on its way out !!
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