UPC 0 79567 30055 7
UPC 0 79567 30055 7
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WD-40® Specialist® Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray

Blasts away oil, dirt, flux reside and condensation from sensitive electronics and electrical equipment with pinpoint precision.


WD-40® Specialist® Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray, featuring patented Smart Straw® technology, blasts away oil, dirt, flux reside and condensation from sensitive electronics and electrical equipment with pinpoint precision. It dries quickly, leave no reside and removes more soil than leading competitors, making it the best at cleaning electrical contacts. Safe to use and 50-state VOC compliant, it's ideal for use on printed circuit boards, controls, switches, precision instruments and electric panels.

  • Safe to use on electrical equipment, plastic, rubber and metal
  • 50-state VOC compliant
  • NSF Category K2 (#146857)
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Skate

Who Would Have Thought

I actually use this product in radio repair.

HorseLover

save me a $500 repair bill

my well pump went down I tried everything it ended up being the on off switch I used your product and it worked wonders. well pumping no repair Bill thank you so much

Bach2343

Disappointed

I bought this because I restore vintage electronic components, so when I saw the reviews I was happy that WD40 had a Electrical Contact Cleaner as a solution. First can I bought I read the instructions and made sure to shake well. The can was full but I got 90% air blasts and the cleaner itself would come out in drips.... I figured bad batch, second can I bought same exact thing. Seems like I can use it more as a compressed air can.

Gail

Spared me Expensive Replacement

Have 2 expensive remote control fans that stopped responding to the switch. Both fan companies said that the "fix" would be to order a second remote PLUS the receiving units in the fans that are mounted on cathedral type ceiling. Parts alone would cost over $300 for the two fans. Saw a Google post that someone used electrical Contact Cleaner. Ordered the WD 40 product immediately. Disassembled the remotes, sprayed and replaced. Fans are back in working order! (As an aside, I am a senior citizen widow.) One "flaw"--Directions on the can for Spray versus Stream are reversed.

MCUdeveloper

Excellent for cleaning solder flux

Soldered a 32768Hz crystal to MSP430 Launchpad and cleaned the flux. Solder joints look so clean.

blessings

great !!

And what used to clean connectors speed sensor and transmission neutral sensor that were filled with transmission oil, a long time ago, they were like new. Thank you

Zaxx

Best product of its kind I've ever used.

I've just used this on some noisy amplifier pots that have received no maintenance for 30 years. Previous experience with other brands led me to assume that at least some of the pots would be beyond cleaning and need replacing, but this stuff brought even the worst of them back to life. Far exceeded my expectations and saved - or at least postponed - a tedious replacement job.

007raddad

works good

I talk to a rep at the 2013 SEMA show about theses product and the contact cleaner does clean very well. I was hoping that it would clean the green corrosion off of the electrical terminals, but no luck. Other then that it is a a good product. I did have a problem with the straw the first time it was uses but all that need to be done was reinstall the straw cap. Thanks WD for your products.

GADGITMAN

USED ON CAR

I GOT THIS TO USE ON MY CAR MAF METER AND IT WORKS LIKE A DREAM IT WAS CLEANED IN JUST 5 2 SECOND BURSTS AND DRY IN 42 SECONDS ALL I CAN SAY IS IM GETTING MORE .THANKS WD40