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How to clean white QcK Mass

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I've owned a white QcK mass that came with my sensei for a week and a bit now and it's already getting dirty (I live in the tropics and I sweat a lot). What should I use to clean it? I tried cleaning alcohol but that just makes it worse. I've been forced to switch back to my goliathus for the time being.
post #2 of 14
Buy a black Qck mass?

But seriously I would say just get a toothbrush + laundry detergent if it is really bad, if it's just a little dirty then a damp rag should do the trick.
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Bleach will make it white again. But it might ruin it...
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Bleach will make it white again. But it might ruin it...

Yeah I briefly thought about it, didn't sound like a good idea.
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Yeah I briefly thought about it, didn't sound like a good idea.

Just think of the +rep you will get should it turn out to be a good method!! Maybe it will end up even better... devil.gif
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post #6 of 14
I clean my mousepads with shampoo and a sponge. Yep. And works perfectly. Just put the pad on the water, put some regular shampoo on a wet sponge and start rubbing it on the pad. Do that 2-3 times and your mousepad is good as new.
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I clean my mousepads with shampoo and a sponge. Yep. And works perfectly. Just put the pad on the water, put some regular shampoo on a wet sponge and start rubbing it on the pad. Do that 2-3 times and your mousepad is good as new.

I don't quite follow, by putting the pad on the water do you mean submerging it?
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I don't quite follow, by putting the pad on the water do you mean submerging it?

Just get it decently wet man, it ain't that complicated.
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post #9 of 14
NEVER make your QcK go anywhere near water... the mouse pad will lose its texture and gliding will not be as smooth... just wipe it with a dry cloth if its dusty and you should be fine.
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NEVER make your QcK go anywhere near water... the mouse pad will lose its texture and gliding will not be as smooth... just wipe it with a dry cloth if its dusty and you should be fine.

The problem is that its not JUST dusty.
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