Very lightly damp cloth. Screen cleaner should be safe as well. Anything else can potentially damage the trackpad. Don't put pens, markers, white-out, or whatever on your trackpad - this is common sense. If you have a roommate who throws markers at you all day, you should charge them for the repair costs.Star Destroyer said:its simple, how do i clean my macbooks trackpad?
I dont want it to get dirty, also i dont want it to get streaky or broken
As long as any moisture is confined to the trackpad itself, and does not seep into the corners around it, there shouldn't be any issues related to moisture.jamone80 said:i could be wrong but i remember reading somewhere that when dealing with the trackpad, exposure to moisture (damp cloth) should be avoided.