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how do you clean an old tower hsf?

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title says it all. Is there any good solutions for that old tower that was installed and forgot for years?

any tips on how to restore it's finish? wink.gif
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Clean it with same kind of things you wash a car with. wink.gif
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Garden hose with good nozzle to make a strong stream of water.
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Originally Posted by FastMHz View Post

Garden hose with good nozzle to make a strong stream of water.

I did this with my Thermaltake silent tower CL-P0025 (it was like.. 2003?) tongue.gif

Anw, let it dry naturally & it worked as usual.
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