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Safe to use WD40 as switch or potentiometer cleaner?

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TMG

Jan 1, 1970
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Vinegar works better or as well. Acetic acid is one of the solvents in
most silicone caulks. And it doesn't leave an oily residue.
 
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gothika

Jan 1, 1970
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Vinegar works better or as well. Acetic acid is one of the solvents in
most silicone caulks. And it doesn't leave an oily residue.

Acetic acid is good.
I use toulol or toulene based carbuerator cleaner.(It comes in a spray
can, also has acetone.)
It's a good silicone solvent and cleans just about anything off.
Good for removing paper labels and adhesive off of glass jars.
78 cents a can at Wal-Mart. Super Tech brand.
Also good for cleaning video and audio heads and tape guides,
rollers.(Just spray it on a swab and wipe, leaves no residue.)
 
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Richard Henry

Jan 1, 1970
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gothika said:
Acetic acid is good.
I use toulol or toulene based carbuerator cleaner.(It comes in a spray
can, also has acetone.)
It's a good silicone solvent and cleans just about anything off.
Good for removing paper labels and adhesive off of glass jars.
78 cents a can at Wal-Mart. Super Tech brand.
Also good for cleaning video and audio heads and tape guides,
rollers.(Just spray it on a swab and wipe, leaves no residue.)

Don't breathe the vapors or get any on your skin. I guess it's ok to look
at it.
 
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