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that works pretty good, I did every plug and wire end on my aspy with an ultra sonic cleaner, they look new after, but I see how this works good for the "fix as needed" job......good post

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Just adding my 2 cents regarding cleaning electrical contacts. :whistling: :whistling:

Vinegar work really well but sometimes because it's a liquid you need a container (jar/plastic bag).

So here's another tip:
MUSTARD. :Egyptian: being a gel or past, solve the container issue. Everything else applies.
Meaning wash and dry afterward.
Anyway you wouldn't like your pride and joy rolling around smelling like a hot dog. :smilie_happy: :smilie_happy:
Personally I prefer to use a tiny paint brush to spread into those tight spots.
Also work wonders for old coins . :roll:

Vaseline/petroleum gel makes a perfectly cheap protection for the contacts.

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