Cleaning the speakers?

Discussion in 'Mobile' started by diamond4g64, Nov 5, 2019.

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  1. diamond4g64

    diamond4g64 New Member

    Hi!
    Has anyone found a good way to clean the speakers? This phone has amazing sound but the design the speakers have causes a lot of dirt to get jammed in the small holes....
    I have shot air a couple of times but it does not clean to my liking and i am always afraid of breaking something internally by doiing this... Has someone found a good and simpler way to do this?
     
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  2. xARACHN1D

    xARACHN1D Well-Known Member

    Toothpick
     
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  3. diamond4g64

    diamond4g64 New Member

    is there a possibility of hurting any internal part?
     
  4. Dekades

    Dekades Community Cowboy Staff Member

    Do you know any kids that make and play with slime? I'm totally serious about this and this is not an official recommendation, it comes from me personally, but that stuff works really well on gadgets for cleaning and picking up dust. Obviously don't use any that are super liquidy, but I used it once to clean a keyboard - omg, it was amazing.

    You can also buy cleaning putty or DIY with a few household items. Google it and give it a shot!
     
  5. diamond4g64

    diamond4g64 New Member

    oh yes i did not think of this! good idea i will try and look it up!! thanks!
     
  6. xARACHN1D

    xARACHN1D Well-Known Member

    I don't think so, I have never had a problem. And you can also try @Dekades solution. Seems "Intruiging".
     
  7. andrewr90

    andrewr90 New Member

    Yeah I hit mine lightly with compressed air once but I am hesitant to do that anymore, don't want to just force the dust deeper into the phone or damage the nice speakers. I think the putty idea sounds pretty good. Shop vac vacuum was going to be my next idea. Similar to the compressed air... I don't think an average vacuum could pull hard enough to damage a speaker but kinda afraid to find out. The putty is likely the safest thing to try.
     
  8. +1
    Also, Cleaning Putty or reusable mounting putty (Blu Tak, Blue Stick, Scott Mounting Putty)

    These work great for cleaning the speaker grills and also for Dust removal in lieu of a sticker, when preparing for screen protector.
     
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