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how to clean plastic panels ?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My case panel is a little too dirty for my taste so I'm wondering if there's any good tips on cleaning these sort of panels, google's giving me a hard time :/

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I'd probably try to rinse it off with water, as trying to rub the gunk off with a cloth usually scratches the panel up pretty bad.


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Just swipe them down with a wet towel or something similar. Looks like it's mostly dust. 


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For acrylic I use window clear on the panel, wipe it down with a microfiber cloth then do the same with multi purpose (with a new cloth) then with another clean microfiber cloth finish it up. For glass I use window clear and wipe that down with a microfiber cloth then finish it up with a new cloth.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, NelizMastr said:

I'd probably try to rinse it off with water, as trying to rub the gunk off with a cloth usually scratches the panel up pretty bad.

learned that the hardway :(

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