Reply 20 of 26, by ziggy587
I think you're right. I read through the posts, but I didn't realize that there was a year gap. You might get better results if you started a new thread, or at least edit the first post with a line at the top stating that there's a new line of questioning. At least, that's what I have done in the past on other forums.
Thanks for taking my post in a non-hostile way. Again, I didn't mean to criticize, just offer alternatives. That said, I have definitely removed components in a destructive way. But since learning of ChipQuik, it has been my go-to method for SMD removal when great care is needed. I'm not a spokesperson for ChipQuik, I have no stake in the company or anything like that. I just think it's a really great product that is not so well known, so I like to share info about it whenever it's relevant.