Do you polish your case?

Hi :hello: I often polish my case because I tryed to make my computer look nice and pretty i have a thermaltake v3 I also wipe the side window every 2-3 days. Anyways do you polish your case? and with what?
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  1. I dust the outside of mine with a household duster,
    and vacuum the inside using a cocktail stick or similar to catch any pet hair or bigger bits of fluff, I think the word 'polish' should be replaced by 'clean' to be honest, and you'll find the answer on here to usually be a yes :) although some of us are more picky about it than others hehe
    Moto
  2. Insert bad tool polishing joke here { } :sol:
  3. Motopsychojdn said:
    I dust the outside of mine with a household duster,
    and vacuum the inside using a cocktail stick or similar to catch any pet hair or bigger bits of fluff, I think the word 'polish' should be replaced by 'clean' to be honest, and you'll find the answer on here to usually be a yes :) although some of us are more picky about it than others hehe
    Moto


    I dont vacuum inside my case. Im so afraid im gunna slip and hit maybe the ram or wreck a fan
  4. thatasiankid said:
    I dont vacuum inside my case. Im so afraid im gunna slip and hit maybe the ram or wreck a fan


    Be careful then! Unless you really smack it hard you're not gonna break anything.

    Some domestic vacuum cleaners can create static though, which will be very, very bad to them electronics. You can get anti-static vacuum cleaners though, which are a godsend.
  5. I clean mine with a bucket and sponge
  6. I once put my old computer in the dishwasher dryed it for a few days it was as clean as new.
  7. I vaccuum the dust filters every couple of weeks and dust the top as and when it needs. The inside hardly ever gets done, only if I'm in there anyway, and i've never polished or wiped it outside of that.
  8. LePhuronn said:
    Be careful then! Unless you really smack it hard you're not gonna break anything.

    Some domestic vacuum cleaners can create static though, which will be very, very bad to them electronics. You can get anti-static vacuum cleaners though, which are a godsend.



    You can also make a grounding line that slips over the nozzle, (See my last link :P)
    Plus the nozzle is very rarely closer than 6'' to a component, I loosen any fluff with a non-conductive 'pokey-stick' Tm :P
    Fans are prevented from turning using clips and I also use anti-static brushes
    Moto
  9. stick it in, wildly suck in every corner, then smash it around til you hear something break off somewhere, and you're done. Come on. Polish the outside, nice troll job. Everybody fell for it.
  10. I like to lick mine clean....
  11. Rustyy117 said:
    I like to lick mine clean....


    so does my dog....lucky bastards!
  12. ct1615 said:
    so does my dog....lucky bastards!


    You let your dog lick yours? Wow! what a kind, noble person you are.

    If only there were more people in the world like you.
  13. just wipe the dust off of the case usually... save the polishing for my car :D
  14. I really only ever clean it when I spill beer on it. So I guess you could say I polish it with Guinness. And yes it has happend. Always buy a good beer proof case.
  15. c_for said:
    I really only ever clean it when I spill beer on it. So I guess you could say I polish it with Guinness. And yes it has happend. Always buy a good beer proof case.

    Agreed but my spill is usually Bud Light :)
    Dave
  16. Silly answers... Beer, lick, dishwasher, bucket and sponge... You people. :pfff:

    (hiding my toilet brush and disinfectant cleaner) :lol:
  17. beer is not for the computer its for the keyboard......
  18. sometimes it ends up in the washing machine when I accidentally leave it in my pants...
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