Caig ProGold / Stabilant 22
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 21 21:31:08 CDT 2007
>From: shoppa_classiccmp at trailing-edge.com (Tim Shoppa)
>Al Kossow <aek at bitsavers.org> wrote:
> > The wisdom of using this stuff was being discussed on another mailing
> > list, so I thought I'd see what people knew about it. I suspect it is
> > similar to this:
> > http://www.stabilant.com/techt20h.htm
> > There seems to be almost nothing on the web about what the Caig stuff
> > actually is. Materials safety data sheet lists ingredients as 'trade
> > Reasonable discussion of the Stabilant stuff in patent #4696832
>For a lot of purposes I like Caig DeoxIT. It's definitely better
>than the old "tuner cleaners" in terms of being more than a short-term
>fix. There's a long catalog of Caig products and I don't think there
>are as many actual applications as they have product variants :-).
I will again give a pitch for what I've used. I have a TV that the turret
that were silver plated had warn out, leaving just brass. This was more
than 10 years ago. I tried the tuner cleaners but that would only last less
than a week. I then tried a little DC#4 silicon grease.
To make a long story short, I'm still using that TV today although I only
to watch once a week now. I did watch most every night for some time.
Now if I could only find the intermittent in the vertical drive. I wiggle
and it comes right back.
Who's that on the Red Carpet? Play & win glamorous prizes.
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