Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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Likelihood of ultraonic cleaner + isopropanol fixing water damage?

If I have a water damaged iPhone 6 which isn't turning on due to water damage, what is the likelihood that putting it in an ultrasonic cleaner with 99.9% isopropanol will fix it?

Out of ten, roughly, how many would it fix?

And what's the recommended amount of time to leave it in the Ultra sonic cleaner for?

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Hi john to answer your question is the ultrasonic cleaner and I am talking the $100 versions for me it works 7 out of 10 times and I set mine on for about 5 to ten minutes but I use electronic cleaning solution and my mixture is about 4% cleaner and 96% distilled water but with the alcohol solution I am going to be honest and say I don't know. The stuff I use is industrial so you have to contact the company to get it but here is the link http://www.echemproducts.com/ultrasonic-... now for the ultrasonic cleaner this is what I use and your getting a better deal than I did for $76 instead of a $100 https://www.pce-instruments.com/us/index.... Here is the cleaning solution you can easily get your hands on http://www.all-spec.com/products/635-022...

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Please add a brand name and link to ultrasonic and cleaner solution.

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I will try to find a not so industrial cleaning solution to for you guys and I am truly grateful mayer that with that comment you helped me improve the way I answer questions.

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@meepfish1 Answering questions well is a learning process and you get better at it over time. You're doing fine ;-)

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Thanks @meepfish1 eepfish1! I have this Ultrasonic Cleaner - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Floureon-Ultraso...

Does it seem alright, do you think? And would you assume that 10 minutes is probably a good amount of time for the alcohol method?

Have you had any experience using alcohol?

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STOP - using alcohol in an ultrasonic would not be a good idea. Think of an open bowl of petrol or gasoline being vibrated and emitting fumes around an electrical ignition source. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWtohHwN...

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