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Cleaning Speaker Grills

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Tesla, Aug 1, 2004.

  1. Tesla

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    Hi, A denon DM31 got nicked from work ages ago so I managed to get hhold of the remaining speakers for £30.

    Anyway, they are in fantastic condition and also sound fantastic (they're my rears) but the grills are in great condition bar one or two dirt spots. As the grills are grey it shows up.

    How would you recommend cleaning them?
     
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    Have you tried a foam carpet/fabric cleaner like the mister muscle one,take the grill off,place a towel under the grill for support,lightly dampen the spots,spray the cleaner on and gently rub with a damp cloth,leave to dry then vac. this has worked for me and removed a jam stain(kids dont you just love them)
     
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    Next time you are doing the washing up, simply dunk the grills in and give them a quick scrub. It doesnt harm the glue or finish and makes them Fairy fresh.

    Carpet cleaners / strong cleaners can make the dyes run
     

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