I've used it on a bunch of C128DCR parts. It works well, but is kind of a pain to clean off. I found that the best way to do it was to disassemble whatever plastic casing or parts completely, coat them in the goo, leave them out in the sun for a couple hours, and then use the dishwasher (not set very hot to avoid melting anything) to rinse the goo off. Justin On Oct 7, 2012, at 14:33 , firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > As I am getting to the point when I become determined to try this out, I would like to ask if anyone here has successfully tried this approach at de-yellowing the cases? > > While I find quite a lot of useful information at > > http://retr0bright.wikispaces.com/ > > I seem to be always missing one piece of information. Namely /what/ UV lamp is to be used. Even at > > http://retr0bright.wikispaces.com/Ultra+Violet+Energy > > the author talks about UVA and UVB being contained in the sunlight but nowhere to find what lamps they suggest and the choices are at least three: > > - UVA as in "black light" > - UVB as in tanning devices > - UVC as in germicide devices / EPROM erasers > > I think I could use the EPROM eraser lamp but I am not sure if this is the right thing to do, especially that it is potentially higher health hazard than UVB.. > > Any experiences to share? > > -- > SD! > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-10-07 19:00:40
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