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Old 05-20-2013, 01:11 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Re: Cleaning NES cartridge contacts

People use windex I don't ALCOHOL 70%-90 is fine I soaked games in them to remove DEET once, and today all of them still work and the LABELS are ok too.....

Safety Q-tips are best.....

Shit I immersed them in water before DON'T do it but it never harmed it

Erasers are good but messy

Brasso works well any metal polish is pretty good..

But I say 70-90% percent rub alc is the safest

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Originally Posted by RevJ View Post
Rubbing alcohol (it's also called isopropyl alcohol yeah?) and a couple of Q tips should do the trick. Maybe put the cart in and out of the NES a few times to help clean your NES too.

I like using WD40 also. It's smelly but it reminds me of my dad and his cars, and nowadays it also reminds me of new cartridges waiting to be played.
WD40 don't harm anything
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