Pretty sure I just messed up my mousepad so bad.

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by spiderbunnie, Oct 1, 2017.

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  1. spiderbunnie

    spiderbunnie New Member

    So earlier this morning a cat knocked a soda down and it spilled on my Goliathus Control. Like absolutely soaked. Stupidly, I ran it under hot water. How bad did I just mess up my mousepad?
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  2. 8bitogre

    8bitogre New Member

    How can I clean my Goliathus mouse mat? Is it safe to machine wash?

    When cleaning your Razer Goliathus use a soft wet cloth with a bit of warm water. Slowly clean with the gradient to prevent dirt buildup. Do not use soap or harsh cleaning agents. Also, do not clean it under running water or place it in the washing machine.


    I'd say you wrecked it. Thankfully mouse pads are cheap.

    DRIFT_IT Well-Known Member

    This varies, I machined wash my goliathus speed edition and nothing happened to it. Its not recommended cause the sides are stitched so machine washing can make them weak. Generally its a good idea to just soak your mousepad in some warm water and add a bit of hair shampoo on it to clean dust/ grime.
  4. spiderbunnie

    spiderbunnie New Member

    I let it dry and it's perfectly fine. Maybe the control is different from speed?

    Either way I would probably never use anything but water and a rag because putting shampoo on my mousepad hurts to think about.
  5. log0n

    log0n Active Member

    Given the literal gallons of sweet tea I spilled on my Goliath Control pad over the last 10 years with little consequence I'd say you're fine. Just remember to NEVER use rubbing alcohol on your razer gear. I stripped all the black off the keycaps on my Lycosa one day trying to clean it after my cat knocked a glass of tea over for the millionth time.
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