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After about a year of use the surface on my g400 is wearing down. I don't really like the slick surface because I have sweaty hands( and fingers). Is it a good idea to use sandpaper to get a textured finish?

    
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Not sure but you can search on this forum to find out the surface mod for G5 but I think you can use the same for G400. Carbon mod I think?
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why would you use sandpaper and how is that even possible? anyway you can try what you want or just ask logitech to replace the mouse.
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Originally Posted by jayfkay View Post

why would you use sandpaper and how is that even possible? anyway you can try what you want or just ask logitech to replace the mouse.

It's just going to wear down again.

I'll try that carbon fiber mod, thanks guys.
    
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