How to Professionally Clean Video Game Cartridges (Part 1 of 2)





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Published on Oct 24, 2011

This instructional video will show you how to turn your old messy video game cartridges into mint condition. You will learn how to clean the case, remove ink and remove price tags that are stuck on top of the labels without damaging the label. It wil also show you how to clean the contacts to get the game working again PROFESSIONALLY. Cartridges are virtually indestructable, but need a cleaning every so often. They have gone though many owners and lots of dirt and dust have built up on them. If you bought a cart and it has stickers on it, watch this video. Do not rip off your label. I'll show you how to gently remove it and keep it in pristine condition. Having bought and sold thousands of used video game cartridges, Biff Malone has cleaned cartridges using every method known to mankind. He will teach you the quickest, proper and profesional way of cleaning cartridges. Learn from a professional and not some kid in front of a web cam babling about stuff that he has no idea of what he's talking about. This will work on any old cartridge such as Nintendo NES/ SNES/Game Boy, Atari 2600/5200/7800/Jaguar, Sega Master System/Genesis, Mattel Intelivision, Colecovision and so forth. Enjoy!

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