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Cleaning the Razer Manticor

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by 1NV1S1BLE, Oct 24, 2015.

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  1. I've been using this mouse pad (surface?) for a while now, and while I absolutely love it, it's gotten a few stains on it. So how am I supposed to clean this? I'm a little nervous about cleaning a $50 sheet of aluminium...
     
  2. DennyW

    DennyW Active Member

    I recommend using a microfiber cloth that is very slightly damp.
     
  3. Thannis86

    Thannis86 Active Member

    Dude, it's literally metal. Unless you have plans to use acid, sandpaper or glue on it, i wouldn't worry. Just make sure that there's no crumbs or anything on whatever you're using to clean it and you'll be fine.
     
  4. maisey

    maisey Member

    I would use a slightly damp screen cleaner.
     
  5. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Microfiber cloth and some Isopropyl alcohol.
     
  6. truckRoseTaupebuzz376

    truckRoseTaupebuzz376 Active Member

    microfibre cloth and just water

    I am sure screen cleaner would be fine as well as tends not to react to any coatings
     
  7. roh911

    roh911 Active Member

    I use a microfiber cloth and windex, or glasses cleaner. Its also a good idea to clean the sides of the mouse pad because they get a lot of dust and hand sweat stuck to them lol
     
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