Congratulations. I am impressed. No matter how close I am to someone, if they touch my stuff with filthy hands, they are going to know what they have done wrong and will be forbidden to touch the stuff ever again. Of course all this is assuming I will let them use it in the first placeA friend of mine plays with my magic mouse after eating nachos. Now the mouse is greasy and smells like salsa. How do I effectively clean the mouse and remove the smell? Thanks guys
that article doesn't even make sense when related to the magic mouse:
Since when did the Magic Mouse have a scroll ball??? lol!!For the Apple Magic Mouse, use the same procedure to clean the scroll ball if it has become discolored or dirty. Use a clean, lint-free cloth lightly moistened with water. Wipe the ball and the surrounding area, making sure to rotate the ball itself to ensure complete coverage.
FYI, Mighty Mouse != Magic Mouse. There is no trackball in the Magic Mouse. And as others have pointed out, there is no scroll wheel on the Magic Mouse either.A couple of times my Magic Mouse did not work properly . . . . Because the four magnets which controls the trackball are dirty and they can not cleaned with rolling or rubbering over some paper or other things!