[sdiy] Sticky 1/4" plugs

jays at aracnet.com jays at aracnet.com
Wed Oct 13 22:51:58 CEST 2010


I wouldn't dip the plugs in it. I'd put it on a course rag and wipe the
plugs with that.

I don't know how the chemical works but you may end up contaminating
the whole container in some way and make it useless or less effective.

Good luck.
Jay S

On Wed, 13 Oct 2010 13:39:48 -0700, "David G. Dixon"
<dixon at interchange.ubc.ca> wrote:
> A local BC company called MG Chemicals makes a lubricating contact cleaner
> product called Super Contact Cleaner with Poly Phenol Ether (model number
> 801B).  It is available as a liquid, an aerosol, or in an applicator pen.
> They claim that one application onto gold contacts protects them for life.
> It's less than half the price of Deoxit, and the guy at my friendly
> neighborhood electronics store (which carries both products) says it's every
> bit as good, but just doesn't have the name recognition.  I think I'll give
> that a go.  I'm thinking I'll buy the liquid, dip the plugs into it, and use
> Q-tips to swab it around inside the jacks.  That seems like less of a hassle
> than the spray (?).
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