Stabilant 22

scott miller macatawa at
Thu Jun 21 21:59:44 EDT 2001

Years ago I checked this stuff out.  According to their website, Stabilant 
is a liquid semiconductor.  It's molecules lie randomly (nonconductive) 
until a sufficient electrical gradient causes the molecules to line up in 
the direction of the gradient (conductive).  Same way liquid crystals work 
in LCD displays.  So a small gap wouldn't need much voltage across it to 
make this stuff conductive.  A larger gap, like beween prongs in a 
connector, would need a very large voltage to change Stabilant from 
insulator to conductor.  I wrangled a small free sample of undiluted 
Stabilant, and have had luck with all sorts of things not Audi.  My dash 
still needs an occasional thump despite heavy dousings with stabilant.  It 
did no harm, may have helped.

Scott Miller
'90 200tqw
Holland, MI
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