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?
Is this a good question?