Technology with each passing day is becoming more prominent in our day-to-day lives. Something that might not be as common though is the knowledge of how to properly maintain that technology. Managing digital files is one thing, but physically cleaning a computer can be a bit more challenging. Using the wrong chemicals to clean can cause damage to your computer and cause you to spend further money to repair it. A common part that gets asked about is the printed circuit boards (PCB)- a very fragile piece that is fundamental to keeping your computer functioning as it should.
What Should I Do to Clean Printed Circuit Boards?
Thankfully when it comes to cleaning a printed circuit board, you have a few options available that can help you safely do so.
Compressed air is a good way to help clean the dust off of a PCB without having to dismantle too much of your computer to do so. Short quirk sprays can help easily get your board looking clean once again.
Baking soda is a good option to remove corrosion and tougher grime. The abrasive qualities combined with gently wiping with a cloth can help dissolve any corrosion that may be on the PCB.
Isopropyl alcohol is inexpensive to get and it will evaporate quickly after use, though it is recommended to use 90% or better in order to get the best results. As such, the higher percentage of the chemical can be a bit hazardous to use if done improperly, so extra caution is advised should you decide this method is best for you. Acetone can also be used when handled with caution.
Knowing how to take care of your computer physically is an important skill to have, and can keep your computer at top performance.
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