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Got a bottle of this stuff a few years ago and now do the 'scrub' once every 6 months or so. Worksespecially well on cartridge output pins.

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At £15 it's expensive stuff for what it is. That's £1 a ml, or 1000 times more expensive than petrol...

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Even if it does improve the sound I wouldnt pay that much for that little bit of liquid.

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JPG wrote:

Umm- is it isopropanol? Possibly with a dash of water and a drop of fairey liquid?

Its a touch more volatile than that. If you leave the top off, it evapourates extremely fast. I alsounderstand that there is a chemical thatmaximises electrical contact within the formula.It's not worth the money I agree but, tell me what tweaks are besides a few that involve blu-tak...

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Doesnt Deoxit leave a contact residue behind too? And you get that in a big can.

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kingsxfan wrote:

Miller-8 wrote:
Doesnt Deoxit leave a contact residue behind too? And you get that in a big can.

Probably, I'd buy that next time to be honest but kontak does do what it says, although it is very expensive.

I treated my entire system with deoxit including the mains blocks and plugs.

I couldn't hear any difference what so ever after doing it.

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I've been using Deoxit and ProGold for many years now as a matter of fact everytime I add, remove or change around a piece of equipment or an interconnect. I remember what a difference it made when I first used it about six years ago. I'm still using the original stuff, so it appears to be quite economical.

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I used strong Vodka to clean my Tape deck's play and record head. I clean my power plugs with Brasso and use Mr. Sheen for interconnects, speakers plugs....all of above cleaning agent can be find in every household.;)

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ob1971 wrote:

I used strong Vodka to clean my Tape deck's play and record head. I clean my power plugs with Brasso and use Mr. Sheen for interconnects, speakers plugs....all of above cleaning agent can be find in every household.;)

I use Brasso for power plugs too. You can get a really nice shine on them. Once I even used a Dremel to polish the pins on all my power plugs. They were sparkling.

I remember seeing some place online selling silver plated power plugs, and they had a close up of the pins and you could see they hadnt even bothered to polish them properly before plating, they were all rough and pitted.

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Mr Cat wrote:

JPG wrote:
Umm- is it isopropanol? Possibly with a dash of water and a drop of fairey liquid?

I think a dash of snake oil too... :D

Siberian tiger spunk I heard.

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