Cleaning PS3

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  1. AndrewP84

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    Hi All,

    Just after some reccomendations on what the best thing is to use when cleaning the PS3, is it okay to use the alcohol free screen wipes for example? Some people say Pledge dusters or something like that.

    What does everyone else use here, and what do you reccomend?

    Thanks
     
  2. deepan88

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    pledge duster works for me, although i dont clean my ps3 religously everyday.

    Deepan
     
  3. craigsrocco

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    Micro-fibre cloths, works great. :thumbsup:
     
  4. AndrewP84

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    Are they the cloths that come with most glasses for example?
     
  5. dennis

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    i got mine from tescos,the microfibre cloth i mean,not the ps3:rotfl:
    they are very,very soft and a quick wipe over will remove dust and fingerprints,but keep it just for this so it wont get contaminated with other stuff.
     
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    brillo pad is great for me. ;)
     
  8. dognosh

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    with the PS3 immeresed in luke warm water I suppose ?:rolleyes::devil:
     
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    yea brillo pad for me too! or just run your hand over it, that seems to move dust too!! :suicide:
     
  10. MightyMartin

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    Pledge dusters are great, although now I have my PS3 standing up I nearly never have to clean it (when it was lying down it needed dusting a lot!)
     
  11. JamesBaby

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    Whatever you do, don't use kitchen roll or tissues. Even when wet or using a spray. It will scratch the surface to hell.

    I use Pledge Multi Surface and a soft cotton cloth. Gleams !!
     
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    I use an all over body scrub then a cleansing toner, i finish off with a ph balanced moisturiser to keep it looking youthful and fresh.

    long live the ps3!
     
  13. jason44mag

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    :D :rotfl:
     
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    Ive just got dejavu! Cant see this thread lasting long.
     
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    I use MrSheen spray on white lint free microfiber cloth and it works great, no scraches.

    regards

    john.
     
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    No, sorry. Get mine from Wilkinsons £1.99 for 3 :)
     
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    I get my white microfiber cloths from tesco at only 89p for 3 large.

    regards

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  18. Kube

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    I use the one that came with the PSP essentials pack, its tiny though.
     
  19. AndrewP84

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    Hi Guys,

    I bought a pack of micro fibre cloths from Tescos but I stupidly forgot to wash the cloth as instructed on the back of the pack I wiped the PS3 and it seems to have scratched it, did anyone else wash theres before using it?

    Thanks
     
  20. CTR_Paul

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    White Spirit and brillo pad seem to do the trick ! :rotfl:
     

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