Keyboard connector with corrosion

Hi from Germany!
I am new here!
First of all: I am deeply inspired by tronicsfix videos and fixes on facebook - i really love to watch him fix all kind of stuff… so i started my own attempts with some mobile phones and laptops which I bought on ebay… I must say that my equipment is not that good, therefore I want to ask you for an advise. In the picture below you see a connector from a macbook keyboard with some corrosion which I tried to remove as goog as possible with isopropanol and some cleaning equipment… the two tiny legs with corrosion are not connected to their base anymore. So here is my question: do you think it is possible to reconnect the two legs with an rework station (or soldering iron)? I do not own one yet, but maybe this will be a good reason to buy own… Or is there still to much corrosion? Before starting I wanted to have an opinion from experts… or maybe you have some good tips to remove more of the corrosion first…
It would be great to hear some opinions!

Best regards, Hauke

okay, I tried different ways to post the pictures but it seems that as a new member i am not allowed to post in any way

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