Tried bleeding my brakes using the one man gravity method where you just crack the bleeder nipple open and let the fluid slowly drain out. Usually works flawlessly but this time my pedal was spongier than a sponge. Then I had a thought, which was painful when I was washing my hands. Wonder if the liquid soap dispenser would be suitable to create a vacuum to pull the brake fluid through the system. So I took it out of the soap and put it into one end of some clear 5mm tubing and put my thumb over the end of the tube and pressed the dispenser. By gosh, it created a vacuum and tried to pull my thumb into the hole with no air leaks anywhere! Tried it on the car but it didn't go so well sadly. But because the dispenser has a one way valve in it, you can press the brake pedal and fluid will come out of the dispenser, but air will not go back in. Get some clear PVC tubing (fish tank tube/washer jet tube) Cut it into 4 pieces and place one piece over each bleed nipple (hold the end in boiling water to soften it so it's stretchy before placing it on the bleeder, it will go on easy then try to shrink to it's original size once on the bleeder when it cools down creating a good seal) Place the soap dispenser in the other side of the tube on the brake you're going to bleed (check vehicle manual for the correct bleed sequence) Open the bleeder slightly, just enough for the fluid to come out. (only slightly so air doesn't get into the caliper past the thread) Take the brake fluid cap off and ensure it's topped up throughout so you don't pull more air into the system Pump the pedal repeatedly, slowly When the fluid in the tube has no bubbles in it, close the bleeder and move the soap dispenser to the next tube/wheel By using 4 tubes you can then go around all the wheels again quickly without having to play with your nipples again. :nods: No more moaning assistant saying that their leg aches pressing the pedal for you or pints owed to any mates. From now on, bleeding brakes will only take 5 minutes for me to do. I amaze even myself sometimes. Hopefully this helps somebody out.