I used some krazy glue (cyanoacrylate) to repair some things on a circuit board, and there were like some solid metal bars around the area. The krazy glue dried just fine and it seems to work great, but when it dried it turned the metal bars a whitish color. That would be fine but I am worried it might be some kind of corrosion, oxidation or rust of some kind. Keep in mind the glue was not actually applied to the bars that turned white, it's like the vapors did it or something. I have no problem with it if there is no risk they could be damaged. They still conduct electricity fine. I did some searching on google and found nothing to suggest cyanoacrylate was in any way corrosive. Can anybody confirm this? Because if it is, it needs to come off asap.
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3/6/07 at 7:04pm