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2string
2006-05-10, 19:00
How should I wipe the dust off without scratching the plastic?

kdf
2006-05-10, 19:26
Try using the Slim Devices monogrammed cloth that came in the box with
your squeezebox v3

seanadams
2006-05-10, 22:21
Ha! For the same price, we could have put a bag of Skittles in with every player instead. Those would at least not have gone unnoticed, and they taste almost as good.

stinkingpig
2006-05-10, 22:32
On 5/10/06, seanadams <
seanadams.27mo3n1147325101 (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com> wrote:
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>
> Ha! For the same price, we could have put a bag of Skittles in with
> every player instead. Those would at least not have gone unnoticed, and
> they taste almost as good.




Hey! I just tried to eat my polishing cloth, and it distinctly tastes
like.... oh, wait. Joke. Got it.

--
"I spent all me tin with the ladies drinking gin,
So across the Western ocean I must wander" -- traditional

snarlydwarf
2006-05-10, 22:58
Ha! For the same price, we could have put a bag of Skittles in with every player instead. Those would at least not have gone unnoticed, and they taste almost as good.

But the pony would eat them.

2string
2006-05-11, 04:37
Someone must have had a snack when they pack my box.I didn't get one!

SteveEast
2006-05-11, 06:04
Yeah, I'm generally pretty good about pulling all the little extras out of packages, but I don't recall any cleaning candy, sorry, cloth.

Steve.

Kyle
2006-05-11, 06:07
How much for a replacement? I think my wife used mine to polish the car.

Keith
2006-05-11, 06:47
Cleaning cloth?

I've never noticed dust on any of the SB1s/2s I have must be something to do with SB3?

Keith

Keith
2006-05-11, 06:49
Oh dear...

looks like I'm going to have to make my own tea tonight...

The other half has just pointed out why I don't see any dust...

Mark Lanctot
2006-05-11, 07:05
Cleaning cloth?

I've never noticed dust on any of the SB1s/2s I have must be something to do with SB3?

Keith

It's the finish. The SB3 has a very polished finish that attracts and shows dust very easily.

The SB1/2 have a soft-touch, rough finish. You can load that thing up with dust and as long as the coating is even you won't notice it. And it's actually not that easy to clean - you can't merely wipe it off, you'll have to use a cleaning solution to actually wash it off. I remember Sean recommended Fantastik.

eq72521
2006-05-11, 08:18
I've actually been wondering about this issue and this seems to be the thread to ask: Should one use *only* the supplied cloth to clean dust off the SB3, or is a normal cotton cloth OK (e.g. a cloth diaper)?

Mark Lanctot
2006-05-11, 08:37
Should one use *only* the supplied cloth to clean dust off the SB3, or is a normal cotton cloth OK (e.g. a cloth diaper)?

As long as the diaper isn't used. :-P