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I have some sweat marks appearing on my iBook, left of the mouse where, I believe, the hard drive is located. Its only a slight mark but its bugging me because I keep noticing it out of the corner of my eye.

I plan on getting a cover to protect it but are there any ways to help clean it? I've only really tried using water to get it off (as detailed in the hand book) but if anyone else knows some other good ways I'd really appreciate it.

Also, if you can recommend any good skins for the 12" iBook, I'd appreciate that too.
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Mr Clean's magic eraser!


It is perfect for cleaning my iBook - it gets the plastic back to it's original factory finish.

I used it on mine and the results were excellent...
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Awesome, thanks for the advice! If they're that good, I probably wont even bother getting a new skin to protect it.
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Mr Clean's magic eraser!


It is perfect for cleaning my iBook - it gets the plastic back to it's original factory finish.

I used it on mine and the results were excellent...
Can you use this for the black type marks that appear next to the trackpad?
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