Was thinking about an issue I have with my sprayer, that being some sort of contamination in the booms that breaks away and plugs nozzles from time to time (VERY annoying) and how to clean the pipes. Tough since i don't know what it is that is in there. So I was thinking about perhaps running diesel through and letting o]it soak then thought, "Perhaps I could just use diesel to winterize it". Cost would be about the same as the RV anti-freeze that I have been using. Can't think of anything in the system that would be adversely affected by diesel. May or may not (likely not) help with the contamination problem but would be a lot more convenient than RV antifreeze. Of course there is the environmental issue of spraying out 35 gallons of diesel but I would put it where I don't want anything to grow (where I often rinse my sprayer in the summer.) Thoughts??.