Fixing corroded charging plugs

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ADK46

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I just read a “road trip” thread that described some charging plugs that were so badly corroded they didn’t work. That was the conclusion, anyway.

I am familiar with a electrical corrosion product that I use in an old car with notorious electrical issues, and also used by audio technicians: DeOxit. Available in dilute and full strength spray cans. Does anyone have any experience with spraying some of this on a nasty plug? Does it belong in the mobile charging bag?