You may be wondering where and how to use Contact Cleaner?  Whether it’s oil, grease or corrosion that’s contaminating an electrical component—a contact cleaner can be used to get rid of the foreign elements, and restore components to their original state again.

Remove Dirt

Why is removing dirt so important? Well, foreign elements—such as dirt— can hamper electrical equipment’s performance.

WD-40 Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray has an advanced formula and Smart Straw technology which allows for accurate and precise cleaning of even the most sensitive electronics and electrical equipment.

Please be sure to follow manufacturers guidelines before using anything on electronics.

Remove Oxidation

Perhaps even more importantly, contact cleaners can help to remove oxidation.

A lot of electrical equipment—lower voltage audio switches and sliders for example—face the problem of oxidation on their contact surfaces, again, potentially affecting their performance.  This is where WD-40 can help.

Perhaps the electrical component has already begun to corrode or maybe you just want to protect from corrosion in the future.  Either way, WD-40 Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray is a great all-round solution.  The Smart Straw technology ensures that the spray can be targeted accurately and precisely to the parts that need it.

Please be sure to follow manufacturers guidelines before using anything on electronics.

Leave No Residue

Finally, dirt and dust will adhere to any residue left behind after cleaning, leaving a sticky mess! WD-40 Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray dries quickly and leaves behind no residue whatsoever. Which means it’s also great for surfaces like plastic and rubber.