Spring cleaner 9001

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The upgrade interface for the fully upgraded cleaner.

The spring cleaner 9001 is a drop cleaner that can be upgraded from the spring cleaner. It requires 6,000 springs to upgrade from the spring cleaner 9000 (10,000 total), either via normal use or by instantly consuming them from the inventory (gaining no charges in the process). This is the final upgrade to the cleaner.

The additional benefits the 9001 has over the previous version are:

  • The cleaner can now research/dismantle noted items

For a detailed description and breakdown of the mechanics, see Spring cleaner#Mechanics.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 21 January 2019 (Update):
    • The Spring Cleaner will now use the appropriate amount of Springs when alching noted salvage, previously it would only use 1 Spring for a stack of multiple salvage.
  • patch 14 January 2019 (Update):
    • Spring cleaners disassemble mode now works correctly if empty on springs.
    • The Spring Cleaner will once again upgrade as it uses charges when high alching salvage.
  • patch 7 January 2019 (Update):
    • The spring cleaner has two new modes which can auto-alch and auto-dissassemble salvage drops.
  • patch 12 February 2018 (Update):
    • Items dismantled by a Spring Cleaner are now added to the RuneMetrics drop log.
  • patch 6 March 2017 (Update):
    • The upgrade option from spring cleaner 9001 has been removed.
  • patch 18 May 2015 (Update):
    • The dismantle preview for iron crossbows on the spring cleaner interface no longer shows copper ore.
  • patch 11 May 2015 (Update):
    • A clearer message is now given if the spring cleaner fails to break down part of an item.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Its name, which refers to the total amount of springs required to upgrade it, is a reference to the internet meme "Over 9,000" taken from Dragon Ball Z.