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Getting Rid Of Milk Oader from Computer Case


RobCharles1981

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Hi All

I had a clumsy accident the other day I split my milk onto my Case it wasn't that much just bellow half and it had gone into the case (oh dear) Motherboard and PSU and Poss Graphics Gone - so I've sent those back to get replaced!

Now I need advice on how I can get rid of the oader and stench of milk the case is a coolermaster 690ii advanced if that helps.

Thanks Rob

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Nontek

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Cleaning the case out using White Vinegar might do it. White vinegar has many uses!

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RobCharles1981

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Good Idea will try that!

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KRONOS the First

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Just strip everything out and give it a good wash then thoroughly dry.

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RobCharles1981

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Like Nontek said with White Vinegar and all should be well.

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chub_tor

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woodchip

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better still don't spill milk on the pc

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RobCharles1981

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I know that will teach me in future.

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woodchip

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it's a hell of a job when it turns sower

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iscanut2

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Sower, oader !!!! Is this post in English ?

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rdave13

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iscanut , does it matter? So long as the stench of sour milk is removed.

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