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# 18734 21-Jan-2008 22:13
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The touch pad thing gets really oily at the best of times. Is there stuff I can buy to actually clean it? Can I even use anything to clean it or should I just use a clean cloth kinda thing.

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  # 107491 29-Jan-2008 23:49
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come on! anyone.

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  # 107493 30-Jan-2008 00:55
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isopropyl alcohol is what I have always used but don't know how available it is

 
 
 
 


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  # 107494 30-Jan-2008 01:39
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DSE sell a 25ml bottle.

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  # 107634 30-Jan-2008 21:39
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I use anything I can get my hands on, mr muscle works good, as does LCD cleaning fluid

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  # 107642 30-Jan-2008 21:58
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Simonm: I use anything I can get my hands on, mr muscle works good, as does LCD cleaning fluid

Avoid those harsh chemicals / cleaners... they can ruin the paint or surface. Isopropyl Alcohol is the most common and is pretty much safe anywhere.




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  # 107691 31-Jan-2008 09:23
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I found pure iso to leave mine streaky, that said my laptop isnt cosmeticaly perfect (Whoever decided to put AMD desktop 2GHZ chips into a laptop should be shot. or at least have their legs burnt by a superheated laptop.)

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  # 107702 31-Jan-2008 09:53
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Simonm: I found pure iso to leave mine streaky...

You could use non-streaking glass cleaner.




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  # 108379 3-Feb-2008 23:42
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manhinli:
Simonm: I use anything I can get my hands on, mr muscle works good, as does LCD cleaning fluid

Avoid those harsh chemicals / cleaners... they can ruin the paint or surface. Isopropyl Alcohol is the most common and is pretty much safe anywhere.

cool thanks man. ill hunt some of that alcohol stuff out.

cheers for the replys xx

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