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-@shadnads the only tool you really should have solder on is your soldering iron. You clean the tip with either brass or stainless steel wool. For a complete explanation on how and what to clean follow the advice given by Weller https://www.weller-tools.com/how-to-care-for-soldering-iron-tips/ |on here] Wash your hands with soap and water and wipe the rest of your tools down with a simple cloth. Yes if you got flux on there etc., use some isopropyl alcohol or a simple degreaser (water and liquid dish soap). No health risks involved unless you do some heavy duty production soldering.
+@shadnads the only tool you really should have solder on is your soldering iron. You clean the tip with either brass or stainless steel wool. For a complete explanation on how and what to clean follow the advice given by Weller [https://www.weller-tools.com/how-to-care-for-soldering-iron-tips/ |on here] Wash your hands with soap and water and wipe the rest of your tools down with a simple cloth. Yes if you got flux on there etc., use some isopropyl alcohol or a simple degreaser (water and liquid dish soap). No health risks involved unless you do some heavy duty production soldering.

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@shadnads the only tool you really should have solder on is your soldering iron. You clean the tip with either brass or stainless steel wool. For a complete explanation on how and what to clean follow the advice given by Weller  https://www.weller-tools.com/how-to-care-for-soldering-iron-tips/ |on here] Wash your hands with soap and water and wipe the rest of your tools down with a simple cloth. Yes if you got flux on there etc., use some isopropyl alcohol or a simple degreaser (water and liquid dish soap). No health risks involved unless you do some heavy duty production soldering.

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