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Old 08-13-2007, 08:02 PM   #16 (permalink)
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put some coke on it and not cocaine, coca cola. i'm serious. it will eat the corrosion off, then just spray it off with a hose.

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yea mythbusters also proved, plain water works just as well. But it couldn't hurt to use coke, just make sure you wash it out good.
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Too bad there's umpteen number of people still using dielectric grease in the wrong way.
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Too bad there's umpteen number of people still using dielectric grease in the wrong way.
In prison, you mean.
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negative, they use vaseline. you are a chromosome retard. I thought I'd get your theories, mock them, then embrace my own. The usual.
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dielectric = neutral

it neither conducts nor insulates

it displaces

proper application means water(h2o)
is deterred

it could also add a measure to preventing
that cakey batt acid residue
usually a direct result of a bad connection
a tight connector does not equal a good connection

as far as brakekleen.....wd40 or anything else
never once did anyone sdsuggest a slathering
with most garage products
[wd40 ruins gun ammo primers also]

a modicum used judiciously is correct
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