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Using a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe, 75 percent ethyl alcohol wipe, or Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, you may gently wipe the hard, nonporous surfaces of your Apple product, such as the display, keyboard, or other exterior surfaces. Don't use products containing bleach or hydrogen peroxide. Avoid getting moisture in any opening, and don't submerge your Apple product in any cleaning agents.
Don't use on fabric or leather surfaces. If liquid makes its way inside your Apple product, get help from an Apple Authorized Service Provider or Apple Store as soon as possible. Liquid damage isn't covered under the Apple product warranty or AppleCare Protection Plans, but you may have rights under consumer law. If you plan to visit an Apple Store, make a reservation at the Genius Bar available only in some countries and regions.
Then use a damp, soft, lint-free cloth to clean the computer's exterior. Avoid getting moisture in any openings. Don't spray liquid directly on the computer. Don't use aerosol sprays, solvents, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide that might damage the finish.
Dampen a soft, lint-free cloth with water only, then use it to clean the computer's screen. To clean hard-to-remove smudges, you can moisten the cloth with a percent isopropyl alcohol IPA solution. Shut down your Mac and unplug the power adapter. MacBook inch, Late and MacBook inch, Mid : The bottom case of these computers uses a soft nonslip material.
Use a 3M Gray Microfiber or soft dye-free, lint-free cloth to clean the bottom case. If your iMac has nano-texture glass, learn how to clean the nano-texture glass on your Apple display. First, shut down your Mac and unplug the power cord along with other connected devices. To clean the display on your iMac, dampen the cloth that came with your iMac—or another clean, soft, lint-free cloth—with water only, and then wipe the screen.
Don't clean the screen of your iMac with a cleaner containing acetone. Use a cleaner intended for use with a screen or display. Never spray cleaner directly on the screen. It might drip inside the display and cause damage. First, disconnect the display from power, from its connection to a computer, and from any external devices.
Then use the cloth that came with your display or another soft, dry cloth to wipe dust from the screen. If additional cleaning of the display panel or case is required, use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth. Avoid getting moisture in openings. Don't use window cleaners, household cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents, ammonia, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide to clean the display. Don't clean the screen of your display with a cleaner containing acetone. First, power off the device.
If your device uses removable batteries, remove the batteries. If your device is wired, simply unplug it from your computer. Next, clean the outside of your device with a lint-free cloth lightly moistened with water. Don't get moisture in any openings or use aerosol sprays, solvents, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide.
Turn the mouse over and inspect the sensor window using a bright light. If you see debris, use compressed air to gently clean the sensor window. To clean your Apple cable, unplug each end of the cable from your device and power adapter. Then use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth to wipe along the length of the cable. If the cable is still not clean, use a soft lint-free cloth wet with soapy water to wipe along the length of the cable.
Use a dry cloth to wipe the cable and remove any excess moisture. Avoid getting any moisture near either connector on the cable. Allow the cable to dry overnight before using it again with your device. To clean your silicone iPhone case, remove your iPhone from the case.
Use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth to wipe the outside and the inside of the iPhone case. Don't use window cleaners, household cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents, ammonia, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide to clean the iPhone case. The leather iPhone case is made from natural leather. Its appearance will change as you use it. It might acquire a patina and might change color due to the oils from your skin and direct sunlight, further enhancing the natural look.
Cleaning the leather iPhone case might affect its color. If you choose to clean this case, first remove it from your iPhone. Use a clean cloth with warm water and mild hand soap to gently clean the iPhone case. You can also use a mild cleaner along with a dry clean cloth. Leather cleaners and conditioners can change the color of leather. Keep your iPhone case away from prolonged intense sunlight, heat, and humidity. Exposure to water, oil, makeup, and dyed materials such as denim can stain tanned leathers.
To clean your clear iPhone case, remove your iPhone from the case. Use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth to wipe the outside and inside of the case. Don't use window cleaners, household cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents, ammonia, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide to clean the case.
To clean your Smart Battery Case, remove your iPhone from the case. Use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth to wipe the outside of the case. Brush off any debris from the magnetic ring before cleaning these accessories. Buff away prints with a microfiber cloth. Carefully polish the screen with a microfiber cloth, moving across the entire screen in small circles.
Apply steady yet slight pressure as you work, but do not use excessive force. Optical microfiber cloth is ideal, but just about any cloth will do as long as it is soft, lint-free, and static-resistant. Stay away from abrasive cloths, dish towels, and paper towels. You may need to buff the screen for five minutes or more before all fingerprints and smudges have been removed.
Hold the computer by the upper edge or by the keyboard to prevent yourself from accidentally re-smudging the screen. Method 2. Shut the Macbook Pro down. Turn the computer off and unplug the power adapter. Dampen a soft cloth with water. Only use soft cloth. A static-free, fiber-free cloth works best, but most non-abrasive cloths will also work well. Do not, however, use paper towels, dish towels, or other rough cloths.
Do not drench the cloth in water. A soaked cloth is more likely to drip excess water into the machine, which could cause serious damage to your computer. If you accidentally use too much water, wring the cloth out well until it is only slightly moist. For best results, use distilled water instead of tap water. Tap water contains minerals, and some of these minerals can be conductive.
As a result, tap water is more likely to cause a short than distilled water. Do not, under any circumstance, spray water directly onto the screen of the Macbook Pro. Only use water if you apply it with a soft cloth. Wipe down the screen. Wipe the screen from side to side and top to bottom, working in small circular buffing motions. Apply sturdy but slight pressure to the screen as you work.
Hold the screen toward the very top or very bottom to avoid re-smudging it as you work. You may need to pass over the screen multiple times before all the smudges have been removed. You may also need to re-dampen the cloth as you work, depending on how many passes over the screen you need to make. Method 3.
Shut down the computer. Make sure that the Macbook Pro is turned off before proceeding. Detach the computer from its power adapter. You should not proceed without detaching the computer. These components could get damaged if exposed to the wet cleanser. You could also get a slight shock if moisture reaches these electrical components as you work, especially if the power adapter is plugged in. Spray a little LCD or plasma cleanser on a microfiber cloth. Use a cleaner specifically sold for use with LCD screens.
Spray a small amount of this cleaner onto your soft cloth. Do not drench the cloth. It should only feel a little moist to the touch, and you should not be able to squeeze any liquid out of it. Only use soft, lint-free, and static-free cloths. Lens cloths work especially well, but any microfiber cloth will usually do the trick.
Avoid paper towels, dish towels, terry cloth towels, and other abrasive fabrics. Only use cleaning products specifically created and sold for use with LCD screens. All of these products could seriously damage the screen. In extreme cases, the screen may even break completely. Do not spray the cleaning solution directly on the screen. Doing so increases the likelihood of getting moisture into the openings at the bottom or along the sides.
Moisture should not be allowed through these openings, since it can short out your computer if it gets inside. Wipe the screen using the cloth. Pass the cloth over the Macbook Pro screen, working either from top to bottom or from side to side. Buff the screen in small circular motions, applying steady but light pressure.
Hold the computer screen near the very top or very bottom to reduce the risk of accidentally smudging it as you work. Continue buffing the computer screen as necessary until all smudges are gone, reapplying cleaning solution as necessary. This may take several passes over the screen and several minutes to complete. Method 4. Turn off the Macbook Pro. Shut down the computer before you do anything else.
Unplug the power adapter before continuing on. Moisture from the wipes can get into the computer, even if you work carefully. In the event that this happens, it is important that the power adapter have been previously removed. Prior removal of these electrical components will prevent them from getting damaged and will also prevent you from getting shocked.
Use a specially formulated electronic wipe. Wipe an LCD-specific across the entire screen, working from top to bottom or side to side. For best results, buff the screen using small circular motions while applying light but even pressure. Electronic wipes contain just enough solution to clean the screen without soaking it. The solution used is also formulated to work safely with electronic products. Make sure that any wipes you use have a non-alcohol formula, since alcohol could damage the screen.
I cleaned my Mac Book Pro screen with ammonia and it's now cloudy. Apple support is no help. What should I do? Take it to a repair shop that isn't Apple support. You may need a new screen. Not Helpful 7 Helpful Korean4 animaljam.
If additional cleaning is required, slightly dampen the cloth with water or a cleaner intended for use with a screen or display, then wipe the screen. Avoid getting moisture in openings. To clean the display on your iMac, dampen the cloth that came with your iMac—or another clean, soft, lint-free cloth—with water only, and then. Use a dry soft lint-free cloth and gently wipe down the screen. Do not press too hard when wiping off the display to avoid damaging pixels on the screen. Never.