Stabilant 22

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Stabilant 22

Postby vineyardgray » Sun Mar 23, 2014 11:23 pm

What is the consensus on using this product on Pots/Switches/Faders? I have heard conflicting reports. I want to use it to refurb the scratchy pots on a CAD Maxcon II series console, after cleaning of course.

I was going to do this:

Inject the pots with isopropyl alcohol
Twist vigorously
Follow up with Stabilant 22
Twist vigorously
Repeat

I have heard though, that isopropyl might damage pots/conductive plastic (not sure if the pots in the maxcon are conductive plastic, but I had better find out first). I have also heard that Stabilant 22 can go gummy after a while.

Anyone use it and/or wants to comment on using isopropyl in pots?

Regards,

MR
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Re: Stabilant 22

Postby wado1942 » Mon Mar 24, 2014 6:32 am

DeOxIt is a wonderful thing.
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