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From: "Richard Haendel"
Subject: Re: Washing PCB's after soldering...with what?
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Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 07:24:18 GMT
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Is there a reason, other than cosmetic, to do this in the first place?
"PCS Electronics" wrote in
> We're hand-soldering (small series) our PCBs and are
> wondering what would be the best chemical for washing
> the boards afterwards.
> We've tried Acetone and Ethanol, the first is way too strong as
> it melts the caps and other plastic, the second (Ethanol - alcohol)
> leaves the PCB looking very dry and ugly with white powder
> where the soldering paste used to be.
> Does anyone here have experience with this kind of stuff?
> Best regards,
> Marko - PCS Electronics
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