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    Cleaning Asus Mouse MOBKUL

    Hello,
    I've got a mouse when I purchased my G74SX. It's an Asus Mobkul and recently I tried to clean the upper surface (special grip material) and I completly failed. I used just a towel with some windows cleaner product on it and the surface got sticky with small pieces comming from nowhere (like when using an eraser). Today I just tried to clean it with a towel and a bit water and it went just as bad as the firt try. The surface is now like "scratched"...
    Do you have any idea how to clean these types of surfaces ? My boyfriend has the same on his razer naga and his gaming pad (razer too ).

    Thanks for your help !
    G74Sx - Win 7
    i7 2670QM

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    The surfactant you put on it damaged the coating.

    A damp cloth is the only way to clean stuff like this safely. And by damp I mean 'not very damp.'

    Next time don't use such harsh products on plastics.
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    Ok, thank you for your answer, I really thought window cleaning product was something harmless... So shame on me now my mouse has a super grip surface 'cause it sticks ! haha
    G74Sx - Win 7
    i7 2670QM

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