{Collins} Re: Tarn-X




Roy,
Tarn-X is ok to use, if used correctly. If not, then yes, like anything 
else, it can cause lots of problems. Sometimes D-Oxit won't cut the 
mustard, and that's when you have to use Tarn-X.  For the light duty job's, 
De-Oxit works great.

For more information on the right way to use it, go to the following web 
URL: http://www.wb4hfn.com/DrakeArticles/CleaningSwitches/index.htm

Mark, WB0IQK

At 12:48 AM 11/23/2002 -0500, Roy Morgan wrote:

>At 08:14 PM 11/22/2002 +0100, Kurt Brandstetter wrote:
>
> >Hello from Vienna !
> >
> >Does someone of you know how the product Tarn-X is named in Germany or
> >Europe and where to get it. Or a similar product ? Need it hardly for the
> >contacts of my Drake R4 serie.
>
>
>Do NOT use Tarn-X on electronic equipment.
>It is a chemical cleaner that removes tarnish and causes much trouble soon
>afterwards.
>
>Use Caig De-Oxit D5 or ProGold.
>
>see www.caig.com for details.
>
>Roy
>
>
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