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Non-flammable PCB cleaner/flux remover?

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8086:
I'm investigating different PCB cleaning techniques and options. I wonder if anyone knows of a non-flammable liquid that can be used to clean PCBs?

So no aerosols, no high purity alcohol etc.

Any ideas?

Fsck:
water?

T3sl4co1l:
Add some ammonia and a bit of detergent.  Flux is basically organic acids, which is to say, nothing a good kitchen cleaner (high pH, but not the corrosive kind) can't handle.

Tim

Alphatronique:
Hi

zestron Vigon A201

mix 20% of zestron in water ,dip 15 min and rinse + dry (compressed air blasting )

and PCB will clean

Best regard

8086:

--- Quote from: Alphatronique on February 01, 2014, 07:52:29 pm ---Hi

zestron Vigon A201

mix 20% of zestron in water ,dip 15 min and rinse + dry (compressed air blasting )

and PCB will clean

Best regard

--- End quote ---

Thanks very much.

Bit of further info, in case anyone's interested. I currently have one of these tabletop dishwashers (for washing dishes): http://www.reevoo.com/p/kenwood-kdwttb10

I'm thinking about purchasing another and using it to clean PCBs in bulk. So if there's anything that might work especially well in such a scenario, please let me know. Thanks.

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