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Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: straker
Date: December 17, 2018 06:05PM
What's good for cleaning metal detector circuit boards? I tried using denatured alcohol and that won't cut it. My board is dusty and a little dirty. Any help would be appreciated.

Re: Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: kt315
Date: December 30, 2018 08:58PM
a clear water. its can add very small soap value. just microdose. fastly wash off and dry two day.
use a brush.

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Re: Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: vito
Date: December 31, 2018 04:42AM
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straker
What's good for cleaning metal detector circuit boards? I tried using denatured alcohol and that won't cut it. My board is dusty and a little dirty. Any help would be appreciated.

Hello straker.
Please do not use water on the dirt and dust. This can cause some terrible issues.
if you will hit the link a few sprays will show up and I'd use one of them. Think you'll get one
of those at your hardware store, too.
Hope this helps.

LINK

Re: Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: Texadillo
Date: December 31, 2018 07:40AM
Could CRC 2-26 multi purpose precision lubricant also be safely used to clean boards and free sticky potentiometers? I have a can of this but wasn't sure if it was the right stuff for the job so I haven't used it yet.

Re: Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: kt315
Date: January 01, 2019 05:49PM
Please do not use water on the dirt and dust. This can cause some terrible issues.
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what liquid is using in manufacturing of the pcb for the clearing from chimical? do not know yup?
so you wrote nonsence.

do not use water on the dirt and dust. This can cause some terrible issues.-???
Posted by: kt315
Date: January 01, 2019 05:54PM
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Re: Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: straker
Date: January 04, 2019 12:34PM
Thanks for the tips,guys!
I chose not to use any cleaner with water in it as I first tried 50% isopropyl alcohol and some of the solder points oxidized.
I then used 91% isopropyl alcholol and it didn't remove the dust/dirt film either.
Vitos advice is sound and I might try his suggestion.
Here is one example.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/04/2019 12:38PM by straker.




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Re: do not use water on the dirt and dust. This can cause some terrible issues.-???
Posted by: Elton
Date: January 04, 2019 01:35PM
LOL I understood every word "NOT" hahahahhahaha:smile:



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Posted by: kt315
Date: January 05, 2019 09:18PM
http://www.circuitnet.com/experts/70402.html

In summary, the key is to use the cleaning properties of water to remove the residues, but dry the newly cleaned products as quickly and gently (thermally) as possible.

Re: Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: joecoin2
Date: February 14, 2019 06:27PM
I use Chemtronics ElectroWash.

Get the type that is safe on plastics.

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Re: Circuit board cleaner
Posted by: Sven
Date: February 15, 2019 05:10AM
https://caig.com/deoxit-d-series/



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