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What should I wipe the back with?

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By || Acer ||, Senior Member on 12th April 2014, 09:49 PM
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So the back of my new one is a bit dirty already, and a normal cloth can't really get rid of it. Should I use a wipe or something or would is there a better way?

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So the back of my new one is a bit dirty already, and a normal cloth can't really get rid of it. Should I use a wipe or something or would is there a better way?

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I would think denatured alcohol would be fine since it's metal (aluminum). I haven't used it on my phone, but it's safe to use on aluminum.
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Windex would probably work too
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Alright I'll give those a try, thanks!

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So the back of my new one is a bit dirty already, and a normal cloth can't really get rid of it. Should I use a wipe or something or would is there a better way?

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Water would be the safest on a soft cloth. Always start with the solution that has the minimal chance of ruining your phone and work your way up from there until you get the result you are looking for.
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Common sense also works great.
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