grin.As an addendum , industrial meths is an excellent solvent imo.It does not have the residue associated with the over the counter.Unfortunately eu taxation of alcohol encourages adulteration by criminal gangs and poisoning is too common.This makes industrial meths extremely difficult to get.
Composition is different though its pretty good but im sure that there is something else in it , it feels slightly oily after evaporation
i am cleaning dust and about the compositions it says : Aqua and Alcohol
Aqua i think is water according to cosmetic companies.
Over here rubbing alcohol uses isopropyl alcohol at 40 % as a denaturant.Its not very nice for dust ime it evaporates slowly and sludges the dust making it difficult to vacuum.
Actually, it is according to the classical Romans of antiquity who developed the language: Latin. Traditionally used in the Medical Profession and pharmaceutical products.If IPA is the "denaturant", what is the rest? Ethanol I suppose, as it is the cheapest to actually make."Rubbing alcohol" sludges the dust because as noted above, it contains oil.
Here, in France, you can buy "Alcool à brûler" in any supermarket. It consists of 90 to 95% ethanol with 5 to 10% methanol. Both are highly volatile and leave no residue making it very good for cleaning.Russell.
Aqua i think is water according to cosmetic companies.Alcohol type should be specified.Over here rubbing alcohol uses isopropyl alcohol at 40 % as a denaturant.Its not very nice for dust ime it evaporates slowly and sludges the dust making it difficult to vacuum.Cleaning dust off psu's especially hv ones can be very annoying.Not allowed to use compressed air as it blows it all over the place just a hoover.industrial meths (brushed with adequate ventilation) used to be my preferred solution.Cant have water in it.Someone suggested colemans fluid but iv never been sure about that to try it.editto be clear i was using pure isopropyl not rubbing alcohol.
Anhydrous alcohol works well, 99.9%. Dries quick thru evaporation as there is next to nothing in it. Use ventilation if cleaning a lot of cards.http://www.mgchemicals.com/products/cleaners/electronic-cleaners/isopropyl-alcohol-824/