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      04-11-2007, 12:02 AM   #1
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how you clean them?
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turn the computer OFF, then use a soft cloth, dampened with rubbing alcohol. try it on one key first to see if the letters will rub off.
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      04-11-2007, 12:19 AM   #4
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Since we're on this topic, I've always been wondering how the MacBook people clean their keyboards. Mine's a mess inside and I honestly don't want to open anything up because that voids my warranty which is coming to an end.
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Since we're on this topic, I've always been wondering how the MacBook people clean their keyboards. Mine's a mess inside and I honestly don't want to open anything up because that voids my warranty which is coming to an end.
I have a macbook. I bought these "cleaning wipes" from costco. Work really well. Just turn off the computer, wipe the screen, wipe the keyboard, use a dry towel / microfiber / whatever to wipe off any excess liquid from the wipes, and your set
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