I was having a real hard time soldering onto my d2b chip and accidentally dripped solder onto adjacent legs. I didn't notice at first (never work late at night under heavy caffeination) and ended up getting the solder embedded into the legs, bridging them together. I've soldered many times before but never with anything this small scale (should have practiced first, but figured if I went carefully I'd be fine, seeing how I've done many a simple job with breadboards, which are much larger.. stupid stupid) so have never needed to look into desoldering tools. Would a desoldering wick be what I need to remove this solder? I know I need to exercise a lot more caution at this point to not unsolder the legs from the pcb. And that said, are there any good tips for soldering wires onto the d2b? I have it sanded down to show the 3 leads but have a hell of a time soldering them down. I'm using ata66 cable (awg30) Thanks and pardon my stupidity. I'd like to fix it myself and work to a proper job instead of seeking professional assistance.