Im sure once you buy the contraption and the little dosing bottles of detergent and the correct adapters for your brand of car it would be a walk in the park after that. Not sure of the cost benefit though. I googled it, looks to be about $1500 worth? If you had a few cars to do you might think about it? There’s plenty of mobile carbon/egr guys who do this stuff now. They’d be more exxy than getting it done as part of a service though no doubt, and I’d assume triton14’s car had it done old fashioned where they physically remove the bits from the car and clean them which would be rather more expensive and possible more effective. I’ve never seen inside any of mine to corroborate that I’m not getting sold snake oil. The car doesn’t run any different once it’s done.is that something an average joe can use?