Stains on Satin electrode

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Stains on Satin electrode

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Managed to get staining/water marks on a couple of the new satin finish electrodes does anyone have any ideas on how to remove them? With older finish electrodes this was not much of problem or you could give them a very gentle resurface to get mirror finish.

Exclusively use estim electrogel. Cleaning is with Chlorhexidine soap and a nylon nail brush then rinsed in plenty of water. Dry them disassembled on a dry, clean cotton towel for a few days then store.


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Re: Stains on Satin electrode

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something like a mild scouring pad usually works. Don't use a metal based one though

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Re: Stains on Satin electrode

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Tried a scotchpad red which was a bit grrrrrr and left some micro scratches. Suggest a white version that is really quite gentle if anyone is wants to give it a go.

There is a wide variety of "scouring pads" out there when you get out of the supermarket range.
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