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Oh and can I use soda like "Orange Crush" to help soak the cpu/gpu blocks?

Wouldn't that make the insides sticky?
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Can I use nailpolish remover to clean the waterblock? will it damage it in anyway? And what if a waterblock becomes discolored? What do I do then?
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Can I use nailpolish remover to clean the waterblock? will it damage it in anyway? And what if a waterblock becomes discolored? What do I do then?

I would not do it. It sounds like it contains solvents.
If it becomes discolored you are done. It will stay that way.
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