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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwjen View Post
    I don't even clean the contacts on any of my mods. um, am I suppose to?
    I don't clean them, too. I don't think you have to.

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    many many mods (most?) will work better if you clean the contacts and electrical connections, Even the on the Precis i notice a difference after cleaning the threads and the sides of the button with just a damp cloth or paper towel. Dirt, finger oils, and oxidation can effect the electrical flow between surfaces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forcedfuel50 View Post
    Just a reminder:

    Do NOT clean your Precious Metal Rhodium plated contacts with sandpaper, cream polishes, abrasive pads, chemical cleaners, deoxits, brasso, mothers, flitz, cape cod cloths etc etc etc!!! I can't drive this home enough. Both the bottom switch screw in post, switch on the 10440 and top cap center post are Rhodium plated.

    Rhodium is a precious metal, just like gold, it won't tarnish, rust, deteriorate, corrode or oxidize. You can bury it in the ground and dig it up 10,000 years from now and it'll look just like it does today.

    The ONLY thing you should be cleaning it with is a soft cloth. If it get dustys or some juice on it, just wipe it off with a soft cotton cloth. Worse case scenario, you drop it in the mud, you can wash it with some warm water and soap and then wipe it dry with a soft cloth.
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    So is ISO allowed with a Q-Tip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnt56 View Post
    So is ISO allowed with a Q-Tip?
    YES
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