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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by ghall, Aug 7, 2007.
How do I clean the speaker grills on the MacBook Pro?
Compressed Air works well.
But wouldn't crumbs and stuff get more stuck down there?
I'll give it a try anyway though, can't hurt.
Well tip the MacBook Pro on its side and spray at an angle. It should be fine.
LOL, wow. My brain just doesn't work for me at 1:00 in the morning. Thanks.
Even better, use a cloth over the end of a vacuum.
Like in this video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3fqE6a6amo
I take a piece of packaging tape, stick on there and then peel it off; that usually gets the surface stuff off; then I use compressed air.
If you want to be *really* thorough, you can take apart your laptop and use compressed air to blow it out from the inside.
But you'd have to *really* want to be thorough.
I use a Dyson with the brush attachment. Guess a cloth over a standard hoover is perhaps slightly gentler than the bristles though.
Wouldn't that kind of damage the finish seeing it's a metal brush with a scraper?
Get it? speaker GRILL
speaker grille pinholes?
as someone extremely anal with a pristine 18 month old uMBP, dont worry about it.