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I use to buy this stuff from Carlo @ CC Racing, great stuff for water proofing servos, receivers and switches.
Since CC folded, I can't find any sold by the can, only cases of 12.
Would there be any interest in buying at $12.00 a can plus a little for shipping.
Please let me know.
Rick
 

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yes I need a can
This is great stuff for your receivers and servos, better than corr x.
But dont use it in nitro motors it insulates the glow wire and wont stay lit, I found that out, went thru 5 plugs before it cleared out HA
 
I use to buy this stuff from Carlo @ CC Racing, great stuff for water proofing servos, receivers and switches.
Since CC folded, I can't find any sold by the can, only cases of 12.
Would there be any interest in buying at $12.00 a can plus a little for shipping.
Please let me know.
Rick
Rick
2x for me please.

Thx
Alex
 
I don’t use this stuff as an anything and everything spray. I use it only to water proof electronics. If I remember there were videos out there showing a 110v hand drill hanging by the cord and running in a 5 gallon bucket of water. Another video was of a servo hanging in a glass of water and working with out interruption.
I strip the case off the receiver or servo and lightly spray all over, then blot using a Q-tip or pipe cleaner to remove any and all excess. I let it dry overnight before assembly in the cases.
 
I don’t use this stuff as an anything and everything spray. I use it only to water proof electronics. If I remember there were videos out there showing a 110v hand drill hanging by the cord and running in a 5 gallon bucket of water. Another video was of a servo hanging in a glass of water and working with out interruption.
I strip the case off the receiver or servo and lightly spray all over, then blot using a Q-tip or pipe cleaner to remove any and all excess. I let it dry overnight before assembly in the cases.
When Carlo @ CC Racing told me about it, I purchased 2 cans, had to of been 10+ years ago, we were still in Georgia.
Anyway, I purchased 2 cheap servos, treated them as above. Put them in a cup of water, submerged. Every night in from work for a week, I would turn the TX & RX on, worked the servos for a minute, turn it all of & repeat.
After that week I removed them from the water and repeated the above for another week.
All worked fine. That's when I started mounting servos outside of a radio box.
I never have tried a submerged receiver & battery. But I'm sure it would be fine.

I have a few more takers, guess I may order another case.
Have 4 or five in line for a second case, anyone else?
Rick
 
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