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How to Clean Electronics and Sensitive Electrical Components

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WD-40® Specialist® Electrical Contact Cleaner blasts away oil, dirt, flux residue and condensation from sensitive electronics and electrical equipment to keep it running smoothly. It dries quickly, leaves no residue and removes more soil than leading competitors, making it the best at cleaning electrical contacts. To learn more about how WD-40 Specialist Electrical Contact Cleaner will keep your electrical equipment in good working order, visit WD40Specialist.com/Products/Contact-Cleaner.
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The Watcher (1 month ago)
I have electronic hearing protection and had what looks like a flux or syrup spill on them could i use then to maybe save them i dont want to waste 75 bucks
MaxiiBoii (29 days ago)
You can try, but if the motherboard or chip is burnt already. Then you're out of luck.
ITTSB Blog Europe (6 months ago)
If it dries quickly, then this is a Freezer and not good for electronics and plastics.
Raankar (6 months ago)
Hi guys i need your help ! I need to clean my car engine what is the best wd-40 to do the job ? Thank you kind regards
aviezek (6 months ago)
is this safe for maf sensor?
Jeremy B (6 months ago)
aviezek yes it is. I've personally used it on mine. Worked well. No issues
CatBread (6 months ago)
Can it remove motor oil from motherboard?
Won Honglo (10 months ago)
I hadn't even emptied the can and my computer started smoking and making crackling noises then the flames started.
shoreguyeast (11 months ago)
I need to clean vintage pushbuttons and pots on my Pioneer SX series. Will this remove oxidation on the contacts?
Louise Barraclough (1 year ago)
Can I use this on motor commutator and armature ?
Patrick Nelson (1 year ago)
used it on my motorcycle then on the pc fan you can even use it in a fight
Patrick Nelson (1 year ago)
i approve this product
Joshua Dela Cruz (1 year ago)
Can I use this to clean my computer?
Electrical hub (1 year ago)
Can i use it on live contactor does it will short the terminals??
Silent but Descriptive (2 years ago)
I want to clean and degrease the internals of my handcuff collection. I need to do this in a way that won't leave residue but exfiltrate any dirt/dust/lubricant oils etc from the inner workings leaving me with fresh metal that I can apply fresh lubricant. Will this product work? If not can you recommend a WD40 product that will work? Thanks.
Peter Bird (10 months ago)
OMG another dude with the same fetish as me. We should start a Facebook group. Thanks Internet !
DragonsREpic (1 year ago)
sounds like a bondage fetish
t3chztyl3 (2 years ago)
can i use this on a dusty motherboard?
t3chztyl3 (2 years ago)
brake cleaner will do ok but acetone melts the plastic parts, i dont really recommend it unless u KNOW its a very cheap watered down fomula, just go safe with this or crc cleaner, as long as u make sure the capacitors have no power, this is good for PSU, motherboard, ram, fans etc. just take a brush, dust off the major spots, spray this everyware possible, let dry and then go over it again with Q-tips and rubbing alcohol, let dry for 3 to 4 hrs after that just to make super SURE =)
Unstoppable (2 years ago)
+t3chztyl3 I am very interested in it myself. I had a computer that went a little too long between cleanings and air cleaner isn't doing the job. I've also heard of Deoxit but I want to make 100% sure before I start spraying this on PCB Cooling Fans and other parts inside to do a deep cleaning of the dust. I heard some jackass on YouTube used Brake Cleaner... DON'T DO THAT EVER.
t3chztyl3 (2 years ago)
+Unstoppable thanks for reply, i actually bought some crc qd electronic cleaner (its the same as this) and it worked like a charm, however i still recommend a good set of Q-tips and rubbing alcohol to fully detail the component, but this is very good for hard to reach places and to get most junk out fast and safe, if your not on a super low budget this will work for you on computer components
Unstoppable (2 years ago)
+t3chztyl3 I don't know anyone who has used this but it looks like it does, safely.
asaso680 (2 years ago)
Does it have an expectation date?
Joel Back (2 years ago)
My can doesn't.  Not sure I've seen a spray cleaner that does.
asaso680 (2 years ago)
experation date, sorry for the typo
Joel Back (2 years ago)
+asaso680 Expectation or expiration?
Paul Bilek (2 years ago)
not according to description -it leaves no residue. Would not be good for slider and potentiometers
DarkPa1adin (2 years ago)
does it lubricate?
Joel Back (2 years ago)
+DarkPa1adin No. It strips lubrication as it cleans.

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