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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by PAUL BRIAN, Oct 30, 2008.
is there any proper way to clean this?
Maybe aerosol or high pressure vacuum...
I've been too scared of scratching mine to use a vacuum cleaner. Might have to find a can of compressed air...
none of this worked for me... Just live with it. I even tried using a slightly damp cloth.
I'm not surprised that didn't work - you need something that gets inside the grill.
I don't think it's dust. I think it's just the way the aluminum looks when it's laser cut. It just leaves a bunch of discolored aluminum. It's not 's fault, it's the machining process they use.
I didn't think this was what the OP was talking about, but I'm not sure now! I know on my MBP there are bits of gunk that have got into holes in the speaker grill - these weren't there when I opened the box, so I know it's not the machining process.
Oh, I thought he was talking about the dust that appears to be around the speaker holes. The dust as always been there for me, but I can only see it in low-level lighting conditions.
Oh, can't say I've ever noticed that myself. What rev. MBP do you have, out of interest?
this is regarding the new MBP... there is a watermark-like thing splattered all over the grille. you can only see it in low level light and in certain angles. i can live with it im just OC
Ah okay, wasn't what I was thinking of then!
Hey so has anyone ever found a fix for this?
My original MBP did not have this issue but the replacement does. Not a big deal but I'd like to get rid of it if possible.
I use a toner vacuum; of course I had said vacuum to begin with.