Grey spot on aluminum casing

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  1. monkey3200 macrumors member

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    there is this grey spot I have on the bezel of my mbp.

    if i dont clean it for a day or to it turns extremely dark but when i rub my finger across it for a bit it turns lighter

    also if i dont clean it would laso get on the bottom side of my casing

    like right now it's an inch away from the isight when i close it and leave it overnight it also has the spot about an inch from the trackpad but that is easily rubbed off

    how do i remove this spot, this mbp was just bought 1 month and half ago:confused::confused:
     
  2. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    Go to an Apple store and throw that piece of s*** at the nearest Genius and tell him it's unacceptable, and that he's lucky you're in a good f***ing mood right now.



    (or just ignore it)

    ;)
     
  3. monkey3200 thread starter macrumors member

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    this is the best reply i could get

    damn

    thanks?
     
  4. e12a macrumors 68000

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    i have the same thing...

    looks like the top case rubs against the bezel when the laptop is closed. Apple may or may not replace the bezel, probably citing normal wear/tear.
     
  5. monkey3200 thread starter macrumors member

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    Here are some pics





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    I'll get some in the next few days to show you guys how it "grows"
     
  6. alphaod macrumors Core

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    Have you tried ignoring it? I get spots all the time!
     
  7. TheMonarch macrumors 65816

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    Those dark spots are due to the aluminum casing rubbing against itself. Unfortunately its not going to go away and will probably get worse over time. The MBP cases are hard anodized and the dark spots mean the hard coat is rubbing off.

    I'm not making this stuff up, my G5 case has some dark spots that go away when I rub them or wipe them down, then come back later. You'll also see them in Mac Pro cases where the door is placed.
     
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