Baku 30 or 50 watt sonic cleaning cycle better for motherboard?
Hi I have a Baku BK-9050 30/50 watt Ultrasonic cleaner for removing water damage from cell phone motherboards without having to remove the shields to manually clean them. The problem is that I have little experience with this cleaner and I wanted to know if anyone had used it (or a similar device) and could give me any advice on how best to use it. It has two wattage settings, and can be run either on 30 watts for a maximum of 60 minutes or 50 watts for a maximum of 30 minutes. So my question is, would one setting or the other be preferable for cleaning a water damaged motherboard? I tried looking around online but couldn't find any resources on it, just websites selling the actual cleaning device. If anyone can help me out, or offer any other kind of advice on it, I'd really appreciate it.
Is this a good question?