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Topic # 24314 21-Jul-2008 13:14

hi:-)

k ive had my macbook for a few months now this probably sounds like a dumb question but what do you use to clean it and keep it clean?  for some reason my one is now grubby with dirty fingerprints - i bought a keyboard pad for it on trademe which is washable.
can i use any cleaning product to clean this or no?

any help will do TIA-)

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  Reply # 149872 21-Jul-2008 13:48
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UPRYZ: hi:-)

k ive had my macbook for a few months now this probably sounds like a dumb question but what do you use to clean it and keep it clean?  for some reason my one is now grubby with dirty fingerprints - i bought a keyboard pad for it on trademe which is washable.
can i use any cleaning product to clean this or no?

any help will do TIA-)


I always clean atleast once daily with that Apple cleaning cloth that you might have got along with your macbook. I cant be without cleaning it atleast once daily Laughing




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  Reply # 150427 22-Jul-2008 18:14
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I have some "iKlear" (from ubertec) which works really well.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 150464 22-Jul-2008 20:10
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wazzageek: I have some "iKlear" (from ubertec) which works really well.


Agree
I use iKlear on all LCD panels in the home as well as Macbook and Macbook Pro and other iPods



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  Reply # 152056 28-Jul-2008 13:47

thanks heaps:-)
never knew about ubertec or iklear til now so i guess its always good to ask:-)

will be visiting them this weekend to buy some.

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  Reply # 155417 9-Aug-2008 16:04
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hi

you just reminded me that I DO HAVE A CLOTH THAT CAME WITH THE MACBOOK ?
I cant remember.

I purchased the 60$ bottle and cloth of MONSTER CLEAN from the boys at magnum mac.  
works well



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