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Can I use brake cleaner to clean electronics parts?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Stacy Pedraza, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. Stacy Pedraza

    Stacy Pedraza New Member

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    Title pretty much says it all.

    I bought the thing used on craigslist for $50 about 8 months ago and found out after the person drove away that it was infested with cockroaches.

    I got rid of the bugs but the thing is still full of their crap, it stinks, and it'll probably burn the computer up if I tried to run it like that for very long! I was hoping I could take the whole thing (case and all) across the street to the 24-hour electrician where they have an air compressor, take my can of brake cleaner and just soak the hell out of everything. Let it sit a few secs then blow it out w/ the air compressor. Repeat until a can of brake cleaner is exhausted.

    Is it safe to use though? Brake cleaner usually has a chlorinated derivative of THF in it. Would that melt anything in there?

    Thanks in advance for any info.

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