[Lab] Dirty code

Richard Guy Briggs rgb at tricolour.net
Mon Aug 6 23:03:10 EDT 2012

On Mon, Aug 06, 2012 at 06:05:36PM -0700, klmckinnon at rogers.com wrote:
> well, the urine is likely a bit acidic, so it won't due to just let it
> air dry and clean.  I would opt for clean pure (as I can get quickly)
> water, plenty of it and an "old, not to be used again for anything,
> toothbrush" to get the worst off, then some pure isopropyl alcohol
> (not rubbing) to clean a second time thoroughly to both clean and
> displace any water.  let dry for several days in a clean dry location
> ( a sunny window sill would work well) before applying power.

This is pretty much was I was going to suggest.  I might add a very
small amount of dish detergent to the original wash, then rinse with
pure water, then isopropyl alcohol.  The old toothbrush is bang on.

> As for the cat....hmm....not going there....
> Ken 
> --- On Tue, 8/7/12, tonyelwood at telus.blackberry.net <tonyelwood at telus.blackberry.net> wrote:
> From: tonyelwood at telus.blackberry.net <tonyelwood at telus.blackberry.net>
> Subject: [Lab] Dirty code
> To: "Artengine Lab" <Lab at artengine.ca>
> Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2012, 12:34 AM
> Hello
>  Artengine,
> Question...
> My cat chased a mouse into my room. It chose my uno-32, of all the
> real estate it could have used, as the perfect place to use the
> bathroom. 
> What's the best way to clean a circuit board soiled by trapped wildlife. 
> Yes, number 1 and 2
> Suggestions?
> -Tony
> Ps, it less chased it there more brought it there to fight for my
> pleasure. Less pleased than it expected. 

	slainte mhath, RGB

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