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ironlung
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2005-02-09, 21:49

My pbook is coming soon... I have been reading how people regularly clean their pbooks etc... I just want to be prepared.. what would you recommend wiping the powerbook with? just a moist cloth or with some sort of organic solvent.

a random question... I have a lot of cds and too many cd sleeves... i have been browsing for a while and cant find one that looks good and can hold a decent amount of cds (at least 100). Could some one recommend me something? Thanks!
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2005-02-09, 21:53

Me personally.. A small chamois, dampened with a little water.
Do make sure it is well wrung out though and just damp, not sopping!
Been using it on both iBooks and PBs for years now and it works a treat.

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2005-02-09, 22:10

Pure acid followed by a healthy dose of some strong base.














Just kidding.
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murbot
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2005-02-09, 22:23

Damp toilet paper.

Jesus christ, save your extra money for beer and movies.
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Brad
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2005-02-09, 22:29

Damp paper towels.

And what mur said.
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scratt
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2005-02-09, 22:34

For those really hard to shift stains some dirt devil applied just on the worst patches and half and hour soaking in a tub of warm water..

Remember to hang it out to dry for a couple of hours before re-charging the battery.
Ample time to quaf a few of the beers that murbot suggested.

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Luca
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2005-02-09, 22:43

Seriously man, just go to Office Max and get a CD carrier. They have oodles of them.
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2005-02-10, 00:13

Quote:
Originally Posted by torifile
Pure acid followed by a healthy dose of some strong base.














Just kidding.
You beat me to it.

Anyways, Just a slightly damp cloth should work fine.
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ironlung
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2005-02-10, 00:26

Quote:
Originally Posted by Luca
Seriously man, just go to Office Max and get a CD carrier. They have oodles of them.
im lazy... my college is in a small town..columbus is over an hr away. but seriously.. im just lazy


and yeah abt the acid and base part..how abt i mix them together and just use water?
(bad joke i know..but so was ur suggestion)
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2005-02-10, 01:20

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Originally Posted by fightclub
and yeah abt the acid and base part..how abt i mix them together and just use water?
(bad joke i know..but so was ur suggestion)


Mixing them together actually WILL get you water, plus some type of salt, plus a LOT of heat.
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