Looking for Leaks in all the Right Places

Dye kits are a ‘must-have’ for proper leak detection


“I would say that dye has taken over, especially with anything pressurized and water leaks, because you can really see where it’s coming from.”

Lunsford’s currently looking to replace a leak light he received in 2001, as it has just burnt out recently. He plans to go with the same brand, and hopes “they even have some hot new bells and whistles added to it.”

“With fluorescent lights, it’s all about pinpointing the leak,” said Lunsford. “If you don’t have leak detection or smoke machines; you’re just guessing.”

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