Oh cool, didn't know 7UP works too. Buddy told me to use baking soda. There's still a good amount of corrosion caked into the connector so I'll try that. Thanks!
Yes it works. If you have some stubborn residue, just use a mall bristle brush with the soda, also- baking soda does work
, but, 7UP is pretty strong stuff. If I remember correctly from my school days (wayyy back when
), they used to put a nail in a bottle of that stuff & it would eat it over a period of time. I wonder what it does to your stomach?
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