Martin Posted May 30, 2020 Report Share Posted May 30, 2020 In the past, I have always used the chemical method described in the other audio website that suggests using a vinegar & salt solution to clean the copper pads inside the ceramic pots. It has always worked very well for me and produces nice, shiny, conductive, copper surfaces. I don't think I have ever had to use a physical method, like polishing with a Dremel, after using that particular chemical treatment. It is very easy & effective. It is, however, somewhat caustic, and is very rough on, for example, wipers that are past their prime, so it probably shouldn't be used on wipers. I've read about using Brasso (which is both chemical & then physical when you wipe it off), a polishing wheel on a Dremel, & fine abrasive paper. What cleaning methods are your favorites? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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