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Speaker Jumpers Cleaning

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  • Speaker Jumpers Cleaning

    Hello Everyone,

    Would someone know if there are any recommandations for cleaning the speaker jumpers?

    Thanks.

    Sébastien

  • #2
    DeOxit?

    Originally posted by Sébastian View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    Would someone know if there are any recommandations for cleaning the speaker jumpers?

    Thanks.

    Sébastien
    I would imagine CAIG DeOxit would work well for that application.

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    • #3
      good scrub?

      i steal some of my partner's facial cotton pads and ear buds to clean stuff. Speaker posts do with a scrub with flat cotton buds too, ie. the space between the tightening nut and base.

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      • #4
        Cleaner

        use ear buds with "Kontakt 60" spray from Kontakt-Chemie

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        • #5
          Really?

          Are you seriously worrying about that point?

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          • #6
            I'm not worrying, i'm very much into cleaning

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            • #7
              Wipe, then listen

              Originally posted by Sébastian View Post
              I'm not worrying, i'm very much into cleaning
              Hi Sebastian :-), cleaning the contact points is always good.

              I use DeOxit wipes.

              They work well, easy to use and convenient.

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