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clean of equipment


Well-Known Member
I found this article on cleaning the mixers in a pro audio site.
I am posting the reading for review and those willing to try.
Opening and cleaning a system is risky. Please ensure unplugged and leave to a pro if you have questions or concerns.

http://www.prosoundweb.com/article/zen_ ... aintenance

This can provide some good ideas for discussion on cleaning our equipment.
I have been using some of these in the past with Craig deox and isopropyl 91 percent
I will try the windshield blue with water later this week to clean up a test card.