What do you use to clean you HT gear?

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  1. Luis A

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    Duster? Lint free cloth? Endust for electronics? Nothing?

    Thought I'd put it in this section incase anyone new to HT had questions on how to clean their gear on a day to day or week to week basis.

    For me I use the Billy Bags duster every morning before I turn it on. It gets every spec of dust off my equipment, and it only takes a couple minutes.

    What about you guy's?
     
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    I have a small vacuum-cleaner, especially for my electronic gear (including the PC stuff). I don't want to just move the dust. I also use a (slightly) wet cloth now and then.

    For more severe measures - like the remotes and keyboard and mouse once in, say, 3-6 months - I take them to the kitchen and clean them thoroughly, even using some soap and/or methyl-alcohol. Not letting any moisture into the electronic parts, of course. (And pressed air for the keyboards.)

    Cees
     
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  4. Luis A

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    Well crap! That's what I get for not doing a good enough search. Mods feel free to delete this thread, and I'll just bring the other back up again. [​IMG]

    Thanks for the link David.[​IMG]
     
  5. David Preston

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    No problem thats what we are all here for. To help each other out.
     
  6. Garrett Lundy

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    California brand Dash-Duster. And a generic spray-can glass cleaner for the television screen.
     

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