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    It's hydrocarbon based......it fixes connections that are ficked.

    it reaches places you fingers and some tools can't get too.

    if it works it's priceless.... if it clues you up on the general approximate area of the poor connection ... you can then seek further to find the problem..

    It is ...a coercive analysis device. get it..?
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    Cool! I'll give it a shot.

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    WD-40 is also greasy as shit, and sticky it will attract grit and grime, and then keep it stuck to it.

    WD-40 is not an electrical cleaner.
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    ^^^ True which is why I questioned it. I do have contact cleaner... was going to run with that.

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    Yep, contact cleaner is the much better, if you want to put an actual contact past on electrical contacts use DC-5, but this is only good for actual electrical contacts, not for the mechanical mechanism of a key lock. Locksmiths often use a graphite based paste/powder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TurboR1 View Post
    Yep, contact cleaner is the much better, if you want to put an actual contact past on electrical contacts use DC-5, but this is only good for actual electrical contacts, not for the mechanical mechanism of a key lock. Locksmiths often use INOX.
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