macbook pro 13 inch is a dirt magnet!

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Srirama, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. Srirama macrumors member

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    I have to clean my mac literally every 3 days,the screen,keyboard everything.
    I just dont understand whats attracting the dirt,I mean I have another laptop in the same room and it get used for the same amount of time.It does not attract so much dirt.

    I just dont understand whats wrong. :confused:
    I dont use my computers with dirty hands or anything like that.

    Is there some static thats attracting all the dust.I mean there's a coating of a uniform layer of dust.
    Just puzzling.
     
  2. Frankie4Fingers macrumors newbie

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    Perhaps the fans are drawing excess dust in the vicinity of the mac?

    Maybe you're more OCD about your mac than the other computer?

    Clean your house?
     
  3. Srirama thread starter macrumors member

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    The house is clean man.
    The fans seem ok too.
    The thing is another macbook air in the same room which does not accumulate dust,they are within 3 feet of each other.
    So no contrastingly different environments or anything like that.
    But the macbook pro definitely gives off static(the weird feeling on the aluminum when its plugged in).The other macbook air accumulates virtually no dust.
     
  4. sweetbrat macrumors 65816

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    That's weird. I live in a house with a dog and three cats, so if my MBP had a lot of static electricity there would constantly be fur stuck to it. I find a stray cat hair on the screen or keyboard once in a while, but that's about it.
     
  5. heisenberg123 macrumors 603

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    well not sure about the air put my pro gives off electric shocks pretty often so that electric charge would attrack dust
     
  6. Srirama thread starter macrumors member

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    Damn right its weird.
    Can there be so much static?
    I just dont get it.I clean it and all the dust is back in 3 days.
    The MBA seems unaffected.
     
  7. heisenberg123 macrumors 603

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    yes there is a lot of static, i get a shock almost everytime i touch the edge of my MBP
     
  8. Queen6 macrumors 603

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    Are you using the extension cord on one, i.e. one machine may be grounded and the other not, the standard power adapter is not grounded unless you use the extension cord. This may account for the static and the dust.
     
  9. Mojo1 macrumors 65816

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    Something isn't right; you shouldn't be getting shocked when you touch the MBP...

    I use the same MBP in an office that I share with my cat. It's as clean as a whistle.
     
  10. heisenberg123 macrumors 603

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    are you using the 3 prong, extension plug?
     
  11. onions macrumors member

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    are you in the blast zone of a vent? maybe your hvac air filters need to be cleaned.
     
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  14. Mojo1 macrumors 65816

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    I am using the Apple AC adapter connected to a grounded circuit in my home office. The AC in the other parts of my 1950s-era house are not grounded.

    If your outlets are not grounded (two-prong) or improperly grounded it doesn't matter if you use a three-prong plug, the line won't be grounded. UPS units won't work properly either...
     

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