Re: [DML] Contact Cleaner vs. WD-40
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Re: [DML] Contact Cleaner vs. WD-40



Thanks for the explanation, Mike.  I figured proper contact cleaner was the way to go.

Best,
Rich, 2088

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, mike.griese@... wrote:
>
> You can use WD-40 in a pinch, but it is not a good replacement.  Most contact cleaners are degreasers, and WD-40 will remove grease to some extent.  The difference is, contact cleaners are made to not leave a residue when they evaporate.  WD-40, while not a great long-term lubricant, leaves a residue, which attracts dirt.
> 
> --
> Mike



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