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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by UKBeast, Sep 8, 2011.
my mbp's metal surface is fading to black, what chemicals should i use to clean it ?
Ah yes, someone from Bournemouth!
How long have you had it for? anodised aluminium is not meant to get corroded after a very long time. Maybe desmutting might work.
Well its got some black marks and when you squize your hands on the surface those black marks seems to disappear but then appears again in time, looks like dirt but i do not have how its happening normally i keep it very clean, its always in the skin
iKlear for base scrub. Vacuum with Shop-Vac® micro cleaning kit. White glove verification under LED lighting with 24 point inspection, then run Apple service diagnostic to make sure everything is running properly.
I used 70% isopropyl alcohol (aka rubbing alcohol) and a rag last night on the aluminum casing. Works great!
Usually just use 70% EtOH from my lab. Works equally well.
isopropy alchol might ruin metal case. Call Apple ask how to clean it for your own safe than big time sorry
I'm sure those apple geniuses will suggest replacing the case/buying a new computer HA
No lie it works great and keeps clean.
My friend uses diluted vinegar... which makes his comp stink horribly but looks great
You're joking, right?
Anythings fine. Its an peice of aluminium with no finishing coat, alcohol wont ruin anything, i use it on mine too.
I just hose mine off
I used chlorox wipes once. It seemed to work great. I used them because I had let a friend use my laptop for a while, and I don't really like sharing keyboards.
Exactly, you don't know where their hands have been, and what seminal fluids they've been in contact with
Will using rubbing alcohol on the case remove minor blemishes? I have 3 tiny spots on the brushed aluminum I can't seem to remove.