Cleaning Connections

Discussion in 'All Things Analog' started by StevenZ, May 14, 2018.

  1. StevenZ

    StevenZ Active Member

    I'm not sure if this has been discussed before, but I was wondering if anyone in here actively cleans their RCA connections. I'm digging into vintage-ish gear and I'd imagine 40 years of gunk MUST be inside/around the RCA inputs/outputs on this gear. So if I wanted to clean the, how would I do that, and what would I need? Any solvents, special tools, etc.?

  2. GuyK

    GuyK Junior Member

    I've always used De-oxit and q-tips for this. Kind of tedious, but it works.
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  3. TubeHiFiNut

    TubeHiFiNut Administrator Staff Member

    Agreed.....and I've used a very soft bristle toothbrush for extra stubborn gunk. Be VERY gentle with the toothbrush.
  4. StevenZ

    StevenZ Active Member


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