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    clean trackpad with home appliances
    know of any way? mines like slimy, it's gross. and i do wash my hands, it just got worn down... i have had it since launch day

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    appliances? as in a microwave or something? If you want to put it in a toaster or something go ahead and youtube it for us.
    Okay, seriously, an easy way to clean the trackpad would be a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (or something generic).

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    The above advice is of good quality.

    Your trackpad is worn down already??? I have gone 2 years with my powerbook and the trackpad is like it was when it was new, and I use it alot...
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    Maybe not worn down so much as it is just slimy and greasy.

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    Clean trackpad with appliances? Hmmm....

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    alachol swiped every day at the end of the day. I do it on both my laptops keeps them new. (Takes away grease perfectly)

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