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how to clean relay board?

Well I dug out of my pile of parts 2 engine relay boards. The epoxy on the bottom is in good shape on both. But both are pretty dirty / grimy from years of being in various boxes and I suppose in cars. So how do you go about cleaning these? How do you clean the female sockets for the relays? Is alcohol a good cleaner to use? Once everything is clean can dielectric grease be applied to the relay pins,harness contacts and the fuse holders?
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I always found WD40 to be the best way to clean them, that and a couple of tooth brushes should get you on the right track
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