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This is what I would use. I would lay down some towels around the rest of the board to contain the overshoot. Then wipe it the board and let it dry.
http://www.amazon.com/CRC-Electrical-Contact-Cleaner-Aerosol/dp/B003NTQCA2

That's great! You be on it, I've seen a couple post where you've came up with some unusual stuff...

Getting me a can while it's on my mind!
 
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This is what I would use. I would lay down some towels around the rest of the board to contain the overshoot. Then wipe it the board and let it dry.
http://www.amazon.com/CRC-Electrical-Contact-Cleaner-Aerosol/dp/B003NTQCA2

That's great! You be on it, I've seen a couple post where you've came up with some unusual stuff...

Getting me a can while it's on my mind!

My step dad was an IBM tech, he always had the best cleaner sprays and vacuums. Everyone should have a can handy. thumb.gif
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This is what I would use. I would lay down some towels around the rest of the board to contain the overshoot. Then wipe it the board and let it dry.
http://www.amazon.com/CRC-Electrical-Contact-Cleaner-Aerosol/dp/B003NTQCA2

This stuff is amazing! thumb.gif
    
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