ultra sonic washing

wulfman wulfman at wulfman.com
Sat Jun 13 23:56:12 CDT 2015

nothing like running them through the dishwasher with hot water and good
I repair old arcade boards and i have found nothing better.
after they are hot from the wash you blow them off with compressed air
till try
and leave them in a rack in case you missed any water.
as long as they dry fast there will be no chance of damage.
on the off chance there is a component that must not get wet
you can remove it and re solder it once clean
this method removes all manor of issues from tobbaco smoke residue to
mouse poops and pees.
once clean if there is any corroded areas they can be repaired.

On 6/13/2015 8:16 PM, Adrian Stoness wrote:
> has anyone experimented with this on parts? when dealing with dirty
> equipment?
> if so what works best for liquid sulutions?
> ive got a shelf of 15in bass drivers.... and some amps thinking of building
> something to clean some audio boards i aquired on the cheap though maybe
> some folks here would have some ideas?

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