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Yeah, just wondering if a Magic Eraser would work good on cleaning my iBook (white).
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Go to the top of this page, press the "Search" button and enter "Magic Eraser"-- you will find literally hundreds of responses to this very question.
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I had a 12" iBook for almost 2 years. I cleaned it monthly with the Magic Eraser. It worked great! I powered the iBook down, took out the battery and scrubbed everything except the screen. It still looks brand new, even on the bottom.
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I personally wouldn't trust anythign with chemicals in it (even if they are mild), on anything as delicate as electronics.
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Originally Posted by punkr0x0r View Post
I personally wouldn't trust anythign with chemicals in it (even if they are mild), on anything as delicate as electronics.
I've had no troubles. However, if you are worried, then use the iKlear from the Apple Store. http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPL...lm=TK299LL%2FA
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