Washing Neoprene sleeve?

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  1. danb77 macrumors 6502

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    Hi everyone,

    I have a lovely new neoprene sleeve for my lovely new MacBook, but already I managed to get a big food stain on it! :-O

    Any tips on how to wash a neoprene sleeve? Do they go in the washing machine?

    Thanks!

    PS BlackBook de-fingerprinting tips are also welcome ;-)
     
  2. triddent222 macrumors regular

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    no washing machine...

    and, damp cloth should do the trick, unless you made a really big mess, in which case a more "direct" approach may be needed (aka: More water, NO DETERGENT if you like the shiny black? texture of your sleeve.)

    For the finger prints, the Magic Eraser (i think that's how its called) or just a slightly wet piece of cloth (an old cotton shirt works wonderfully, dont use paper towel). For more persistent stains/finger prints use a solution of rubbing alcohol (1/3 alcohol or less + water).
     
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