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Topic # 78110 27-Feb-2011 14:55 Send private message

Hey
So my mate lost his N97 mini and found it the next day in vomit in the bin.
What is the best way to clean it, exterior and the little nooks and crannys?
There is quite a lot of little vomit pieces in the tiny spaces.

Are there mobile handset cleaning services out there?
Tips and tricks?

N97 mini: http://cdn.ubergizmo.com/photos/2009/6/nokia-n97-mini.jpg

Thanks
=D 

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  Reply # 443891 27-Feb-2011 15:57 Send private message

Yuck.
Another good reason not to get hammered. 

Make sure it does not work and claim insurence on it or drop it in the toilet.

Sorry not that helpful. 

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  Reply # 443895 27-Feb-2011 16:14 Send private message

That stuff is like acid

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  Reply # 443897 27-Feb-2011 16:16 Send private message

johnr: That stuff is like acid



That's a very good point it will be very corosive on the buttons, chips etc.


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  Reply # 443910 27-Feb-2011 17:01 Send private message

johnr: That stuff is like acid


That stuff IS acid (Hydrochloric Acid is the main component in the stomachs Gastric Acid).

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