How do you clean your vintage computers?
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 19 13:27:20 CST 2017
It really depends on what and where.
I use orange oil hand cleaners for cases.
If just dusting, a hair paint brush and vacuum.
I treat the brush first with a dilute dish soap
and let it dry. This keeps it from generating static.
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> hi speed airflow from leaf blower could set static charge and could
> knock out cmos?
> Just a wild though... Ed#
I accidentially damaged video ram on an arcade board vacuming it out.
Was using normal shop vacume cleaner in winter in a warehouse.
Not sure what would work better. There are the cans of chemicals, normal
garage air compressors, or scuba tank used for diving which is filled with
very dry clean air?
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