I want to clean a SO-DIMM memory that was contaminated with bottled drinking water. This was not "mineral water" intended for drinking. It was the high volume bottled drinking water from one of the world's largest "soda" companies. This device stopped working after the contamination. Obviously this water is not very dirty but the malfunction is strongly associated with a single contamination event.
Will it be effective to use 70% isopropyl alcohol available in common drugstores or must I use a 99.9% product which is certainly available in my area but less convenient.