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Best way to clean your Ipod June 26, 2006

Posted by farshadf in iPod, Uncategorized.

Is the surface of your iPod smudged or scratched? Bring some new life to the appearance of your iPod with these cleaning tips.

Apple recommends the following steps to clean your iPod:

  1. Unplug all of the iPod’s cables and cords
  2. Set the Hold switch to Hold
  3. Wipe the iPod with a soft, damp, lint-free cloth. Avoid getting moisture in openings

Apple also warns not to use aerosol sprays, solvents, alcohol, or abrasives to clean your iPod.

For tips on adding extra sparkle to your iPod, check out these resources:

Brushed iPod
Is the metal back of your iPod scratched beyond repair? Some users have modified the metal surface to provide a brushed metal look.

iCleaner Scratch Remover is a non abrasive alcohol free cleaner that removes scratches from the LCD and white plastic of your iPod including the mini, U2, iPod photo and shuffle or the white iBook's surface.

iDrops is a one-step process to clean, polish, protect, and remove scratches from your iPod. Simply squeeze out a few drops and buff with a clean dry soft cloth.

Klear Screen formula and Micro-Chamois Polishing Kloth combination excels in the high-performance cleaning of LCD, HDTV, Plasma Wide-Screen, Big Screen and LCD Projection equipment. Klear Screen has been tested by Apple and is determined to cause no harm to plastics. The Klear Screen/iKlear formula was recognized as the first PDA cleaner and was selected by Apple Computer for inclusion in the Newton "Starter Kit" developed for the original Apple Newton PDA over ten years ago

iPodLounge Definitive Scratches Thread
This thread from iPodLounge describes user experiences (good and bad) in using Brasso to clean the iPod.

Monster iClean Screen Cleaner
Use this alcohol-free, ammonia-free formula on your iPod or your Mac’s LCD monitor to remove dust, dirt, and fingerprints.

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