I'm soldering some cables on a PCB. They are are stranded, so I've first apply a bit of soldering on them and then solder them on my pcb.
The problem is, there's on some a bit of exposed copper on the basis (1 or 2 mm) and they are soldered really close.
For now I don't have any short but it's still dangerous as they can move and ends in a position where the 1-2mm exposed of two can touch.
My idea was to use hot glue on the base of the wire to isolate them and avoid the possibility of shorts.
Do you think it's a good idea or I should do something else ? Perhap's a soldering technic that could allow me to get better results ?
(I was thinking something like, apply the solder on the pcb without the wire, then reflow the solder with the soldering station and, while the solder is hot and liquid, put the wire)