Below is a post of Gary's from another thread that I'd like to discuss here. The line I redacted from the second quote is in the first quote.
It's easy to freeze time with my mechanical clock and cams, but I do wonder how it's done with electronic clocks.
I've recently switched to Morton System Saver II with resin cleaner and wonder if it will more effectively clean the resin without having to "stop the clock" as is needed with Iron Out. Reading the MSDS, the ingredients are as follows:
Sodium Chloride >99.5
Anionic Surfactant <0.01