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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartfah View Post
    I wish I could offer some suggestions, but unfortunately... I can't

    There really is no law stating that you can't own a Touchpad case without a Touchpad...
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    Hey guys thanks. It actually worked. Damp cloth without soap is great but it left a few stains. So I tried baby wipes (just a small portion on the case) and the dirt was gone. So far the case is still good with those harmless chemical wipes.

    Thanks.
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    I don't clean it, adds character
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    Quote Originally Posted by keplenk View Post
    Hey guys thanks. It actually worked. Damp cloth without soap is great but it left a few stains. So I tried baby wipes (just a small portion on the case) and the dirt was gone. So far the case is still good with those harmless chemical wipes.

    Thanks.

    Yup, non-scented no aloe baby wipes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cantaffordit View Post
    damp cloth, no soap.
    +1. Then follow up with a dry microfiber cloth.
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    My solution for cleaning nearly anything, damp paper towel / baby wipes / wet ones, depending on what you have available and the degree of th problem, followed by dry paper towel / soft wash-rag / microfiber cloth. Right now I'm using the citrus scented wet ones followed up with some microfiber towels I got at an auto parts store sale which works for screen, keyboard, case, cell phone, laptop, what have you. :-D
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    Mine is still clean, but since I have a 17 month old baby I guess I'll be using unscented baby wipes to clean mine
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