[time-nuts] LCD display connector
cfharris at erols.com
Mon Jan 3 22:13:27 EST 2011
Actually, no, it doesn't. The FDA would require them to call it something else,
and the extra ingredients would have to be on the label. If they call it isopropyl
alcohol, it contains alcohol, and water in various percentages.
Isopropyl is readily available in 70%, 91%, and 99%. I would recommend
either the 91%, or the 99%.
lists at lazygranch.com wrote:
> Most drug store isopropal contain other chemicals to keep your skin from drying out. You can buy electronics grade
> isopropal. Cheap enough ($5 for a large bottle) if you have a store that stocks it. Fry's Electronics has it.
> Of course grain alcohol will do the job.
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