I just came up with this.. not sure if its been done before, but hey.. I like my way. Not sure if it works or not though, as they are still soaking.. but: Needed: 1 Cart Cover 1 filling syringe 1 shallow glass tray (hrm... wonder what that could be? ) Fill tray with everclear, toss in attys. Let them soak a little bit to get everything wet. While thats going on, take your cart cover and pierce the top with the syringe. Just a single small hole. Stretch the cart cover over the cart side of the atty, fill the syringe with everclear, and then stick it into the hole being careful to not smash into the bridge or the wick. Now, just force the everclear through the atty. When the syringe is empty, dip the battery end of the atty into the everclear and draw more back up. I had been looking for a way to use pressure to clean the atty, thinking it will help move the gunk off the wick easier. You can get one helluva stream coming out the hole on the bottom of the atty this way. Cover that hole, and you get a nice bi-directional squirt gun from the 2 other holes on the sides. If I could find an easy way to hold the atty and cover the bottom hole at the same time, without ended up soaked, I would like to try that.. but I'm not sure. I have several larger chunks of gunk come out of the attys this way, much more then just regular soaking. Nice thing is.. I've put a lot of pressure on the syringe without holding the atty or the cart cover and its not slipped off. Its a pretty tight fit. What do you guys think? Will I have 3 nice attys, or 3 new parts for the bit bucket?