Electronics and electric appliances are part of daily life. Desktop computers, laptops, game consoles, televisions, phones, printers, tools, toys, and much more are found in nearly every home and business. When it comes to fire, water, and mold damage, these items cannot be ignored. Adjusters are steadily learning electronics can be deep cleaned, and insurance companies are recognizing the cost savings of paying only a fraction of the cost to clean these items versus replacement. This realization is driving the restoration industry to offer electronics cleaning services.
Electronics manufacturers have had great success using ultrasonic machines to clean a debris known as flux from circuit boards. This flux is the result of soldering components onto the boards. Because the ultrasonic process is safe, gentle, detailed, and fast, it remains a preferred method. If it works for the electronics manufacturing side, why not for the cleaning side?