View Full Version : arctic clean

02-25-05, 01:31 AM
i ordered the 120ml vers of this when i ordered my zalman cu cooler for my gigabyte 6800gt.
stuff works great! just follow the very simple directions & compound/pads wipe of very easily.
i have used alcohol, polish remover, & blue shower tech spray(my fave until now). there is no comparison. & it cleans up so nicely.
i got the 120 vers cause i was not sure how much was used & i change things around on both comps a couple of times a year. these bottles will last a long time.
next time you order a new heatsink &/or pu order some of this stuff. it will make the change over much faster & easier. jmo

02-25-05, 01:32 AM
There is the gunk remover and then surface primer! I use these, they are great.

02-25-05, 02:03 AM
i was actually surprised at how well their system works.

02-25-05, 02:11 AM
especially since the gunk remover is supposed to be organic in nature

02-25-05, 02:24 AM
really? where did you pick that little tidbit up? i was curious about its chem makeup. trying to figure what they could use that has that effect on those types of materials without being harmful to equip & persons.:)

02-25-05, 02:28 AM

The citrus and soy based solvents in ArctiClean 1 match or exceed many hazardous and volatile solvents such as fluorinated and chlorinated organic solvents, acetone, MEK (methyl ethyl ketone), mineral spirits, isopropyl alcohol, and toluen


02-25-05, 02:36 AM
thx! pretty amazing.

02-25-05, 02:41 AM
Oh by the way...wrong place to start this thread ;)

02-25-05, 12:00 PM
go to an auto shop and get a 5 gallon bottle of purple power.

it gets anything off anything

02-25-05, 12:15 PM
paint thinner removes anything in seconds, just make sure to use very small amounts and rinse well with alcohol afterwards.

02-25-05, 12:25 PM
this stuff takes all the worry & work out. apply a few drops, wait 30- 60 secs(i did about 40) wipe off(no scraping), repeat with 2nd bottle. & it is non-toxic. with absolutely no chance of damaging or causing any other problems.