While some will be spending quality time with their cars this holiday I will be detailing my 2009 Mac Pro. I have already purchased some of my supplies: a patriotic mouse pad, a little pine tree shaped scented card to hang inside and, along with a can of canned air, a can of carnuba wax. Noticed that my Mac Pro is getting a bit dirty. Might have come that way because I bought it used. When I rubbed part of the case with a little isopropyl alcohol quite a bit of grime came off. Just wondering what people use to clean dirty cases. I don't want to use anything that may be too harsh and might oxidize or otherwise discolor the finish. Suggestions? Alcohol, Fantastic, Mr. Clean, Windex? Also, my machine has some dings on the outsides of the handles where it apparently was secured to a desk. These mounting points are scratched and rough; the finish has been scraped off. I'm planning to smooth the areas with a little emory paper and use some Testor's flat silver model enamel to touch up. Will have to be careful not to let any aluminum filings or dust get inside the case. Sound like a plan?