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Sweat Stains on Corsair M65 Elite White

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ever since i bought a Corsair M65 Elite White, solid sweat stains appear on both left and right buttons and on the sniper button as well.

 

I can tolerate this, it just requires cleaning with a microfiber cloth.

 

Who else has this problem?


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I don't have sweaty hands. Hard dirt only accumulates on my mouse if I use it a lot without cleaning for over a month.

G303. I clean it with an alcohol wet wipe every week :)


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, huilun02 said:

I don't have sweaty hands. Hard dirt only accumulates on my mouse if I use it a lot without cleaning for over a month.

G303. I clean it with an alcohol wet wipe every week :)

Yeah I think I have hard dirt as well but mine accumulates daily 😅


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Does that mouse have some rubber like grip coating? I'm curious because I noticed I have problems with the rubber like material getting warn out fairly quick in the same areas  on every mouse. It's as if my sweat from my hands are too acidic plus wiping it clean makes it wear down even faster.  My 2 month old Corsair Scimitar is already showing signs of heavy usage. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, alyen said:

Does that mouse have some rubber like grip coating? I'm curious because I noticed I have problems with the rubber like material getting warn out fairly quick in the same areas  on every mouse. It's as if my sweat from my hands are too acidic plus wiping it clean makes it wear down even faster.  My 2 month old Corsair Scimitar is already showing signs of heavy usage. 

All of buttons and left and right click are glossy-plastic and the side grips are rough but i don't think they have a rubber coating. But I doubt oil from my fingers will do anything to the glossy parts but I'm very certain the side grips will become shiny over time 😕

 

I've heard that the bottom of some corsair mice wear pretty badly due to the rubber-material moving on the surface of the mouse pad.


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CPU: Intel Core i7 8700 GPU: MSI RTX 2060 Gaming Z Storage: WD Black 1tb NVMe Motherboard: Asus ROG Z390-E CPU cooler: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 650W 80+ Platinum RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16gb 3000MHz DDR4 WHite Case: Corsair Carbide Series 275R White

 

Macbook Pro 15" 2014 (previous main system)

CPU: i7 4770HQ with Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200 Storage: 512gb SSD RAM: 16gb DDR3

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