How to clean Razer Blade Speakers?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Death Angel, Jun 13, 2015.

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  1. Death_Angel

    Death_Angel New Member

    Most of you owners must have already had this problem of things getting stuck in the speakers mesh. Any ideas on how to get rid of that cluster?
  2. masterplo94

    masterplo94 Active Member

    Idk man try using a hair dryer or something like a fan, honestly I used to get stuff in the speakers but not anymore for some odd reason.
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  3. greenpotato

    greenpotato Active Member

    I need a solution too!! There's always white dust or something stuck in the speakers :/


    can of compressed air, I think...
  5. LordKarango

    LordKarango New Member

    I bought my blade used from someone that did not keep it very clean, so I had one hell of a job cleaning the insides, however the speaker mesh is still pretty bad.

    Comprssed air didn't do the trick for anything that has been there for a while, and a vacuum cleaner didn't work, as there is no air behind the mesh.

    as the speakers are located at the very bottom of the mesh, you could try putting drops of water on the it (mind the speakers) to soften the gunk up...

    Also when I disassembled the laptop, there is no way of removing the mesh from the inside to clean it out, as its glued in, and removing it would likely ruin it.
  6. okonietoperza

    okonietoperza Active Member

    What if you took the cover off, took speakers off and blew some air from inside the laptop, outside?
  7. Arkhu

    Arkhu Member

    I just frequently wipe the whole laptop down w/ the included cloth (it's really good at absorbing oils compared to most) and tbh, my laptop's spotless.

    Also if you're worried about fingerprints, I've noticed washing your hands before using it helped tremendously.
  8. _ramsey_

    _ramsey_ Active Member

    I keep a canned air duster which blows the little bits out. I also have the individually wrapped wipes. So far, the combo has kept my blade looking like brand new.
  9. LordKarango

    LordKarango New Member

    The speaker port only extends about 2cm up from the bottom of the mesh, and the rest is covered by the chassis on the other side.

    Most of the mesh does not have speakers underneath, so it is particularly annoying to clean the upper portions of the mesh
  10. okonietoperza

    okonietoperza Active Member

    The only other thing that comes to my mind is sticky tape :<
  11. ALKitten

    ALKitten Member

    i would use ear swabs i think they are called? pixie something? i don't remember the name but those would be perfect for cleaning the speakers!
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  12. greenpotato

    greenpotato Active Member

    You do know that you can type it together in one post instead of having two separate posts. :)
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