cleaning the MB

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by hardhatmac, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. hardhatmac macrumors regular

    hardhatmac

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    Hey I bought white Macbook a while back and haven't been able to find a case that I like yet.....my problem is I've been using a shoulder bag to carry my Macbook in and now I've noticed some black lines appearing on the corners where it's rubbing on the black fabric....

    does anyone know of a safe way to remove stains? I've tried rubbing alcohol, screen cleaner, windex, go gone....but nothing has worked...

    any one have any ideas?

    thanks!
     
  2. Exist2Inspire macrumors member

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    They sell some cleaning products in the Apple online store :D
     
  3. diadem macrumors regular

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    anything that doesnt cos a reaction with the plastic will be fine its painted on the inside.
     
  4. mick4394 macrumors 6502a

    mick4394

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    Macbooks aren't painted on the inside. This was true with the iBooks. They were clear polycarbonate, painted white on the inside. The Macbooks are white polycarbonate, no paint necessary.
     
  5. hardhatmac thread starter macrumors regular

    hardhatmac

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    How can I know if it will cause a reaction with the plastic? (besides testing it on the bottom of my MB....)
     

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