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iPod Touch 4G Casing


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Hey guys I'm currently using an iPod Touch 4G with a Polimor Capdase casing and after using it for some time, its gone a bit dirty, especially since its white in colour. Does anyone know what would be the effective way to wash it? The casing, not the iPod
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If its hard plastic, I would take it off, and run it under warm water while rubbing at the dirty spots. Or you could use clorox.

If its rubber, I would just try and dust it off as best as I could.

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