Look at www.amusicdirect.com. They have a number of contact cleaners and conditioners. Most of the staff there are audiophiles and you can call them and see what they recommend.
6 responses Add your response
While not specifically talking about Analysis Plus connectors, try some Caig Pro-Gold on an abrasive cloth. If you like, you can buy pre-made Pro-Gold wipes, but they are pretty expensive for what you get. Caig Deoxit on abrasive cloth may also work pretty decently and be even cheaper.
As a side note, silver oxide is extremely conductive, so even if you've let this go longer than you would have liked, it's still probably making a very good connection. Sean
I cleaned the spades with xxxx steel wool followed by Caig de-ox it and then pro-gold. They look like new now. While I was at it, I cleaned all the speaker/amp connections and the rag was very black with residue after. Hooked everything back up and noticed a nice improvement in clarity in the highs and a reduction in grain. Could be the placebo affect, but who cares. BTW, the steel wool should only be used if U have unplated connectors as this will remove the finish. Thanks all for the suggestions.