I was asked this question the other day, and it gave me pause: "We
regularly rotate cleaners in the clean room, but for countertops we always
use 70% IPA. Why don't we rotate that with something else like the rest of
our cleaners?" I've just always done it that way, so I've never really
considered it. I have a few guesses, but I'd prefer to know the correct
reasons why, so next time I can answer accurately. Thanks for all your help
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