A much needed tool due to modern fuels. Its durable, simple, and alot easier than trying to find tiny spring wires or drill bits. First I should mention that I live in Iowa (if you dont like the current weather, just wait an hour). If you know anything about mtorcycles you know that most used bikes are equiped with carburetors (alluminum body) and alot of fuels are ethanol (alcohol) blend. The problem is that when air temp/humidity change moisture condenses on aluminum. Most carbs vent to the outside air so, thats rite, those water beads on the outside of your carbs/engine are on the inside too! Thats bad. It also bonds with the alcohol in the fuel to make all kinds of fun new compounds that do not burn. The longer your bike sits without being run and the worse the climate, the worse it gets until it turns into a crust that coats evrything and plugs fuel jets. Carb cleaner usually wont blast it all away so if you work on bikes, you'll probobly need this tool and something to scrape with. Then drain all your gas (tank and carb) and refill with a half gallon of aviation fuel before you store for winter (petroleum based, thers a reason they use it in planes). A bit more expensive but guaranteed to start next spring with no $rebiuld$ necessary, Enjoy friends, good luck, and thank you K&L and Dennis Kirk.