I was after some decent switch cleaner and although it's not exactly cheap, it does the job. I had a few crackly pots and faders and swammped them in this stuff and I think it did the trick. I say "think" because I haven't actually used the kit that needed a good spray since. Although, having said that, I also sprayed a couple of sticky faders at the radio station where I sit for four hours a day playing stuff and saying stuff. It seems to have done the trick there too. Although, to be honest, why I'm buying switch cleaner to spray a desk I don't own AND let me tell you, there is a perfectly competent engineer on site who should know better than to use bloody WD40. I mean, really? That'll just knacker the whole thing eventually. So rather than see that happen, I used my own switch cleaner in an unselfish manner. Maybe the gods will smile upon me for carrying out such a random act of saving faders.... maybe.
Great product, does it's job well. I have used it to clean the faders of the old Rane mixer my friend gave me. Before using the cleaner, it was impossible to use the mixer, faders got stuck and did not work properly. After applying this cleaner it was not only possible to use the faders, but they were as smooth as they should be. Not sure if this cleaner works that well on knobs, but I can assure that for faders it definitely will do a miracle.
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