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Old 04-01-18, 09:27 PM
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Cleaning Tempered Glass ?

Cleaning my 570X's glass panels today I noticed dust gathering quickly, This is with all fans set to 600RPM so intake is minimal and the room it is in vacuumed REALLY well.

Is there a tempered glass friendly cleaner I could use to clean the glass and make it slightly dust phobic ?

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Old 04-01-18, 09:44 PM
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I just use the same stuff for cleaning windows (Ajax?). Don't see a reason to use anything else
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Old 04-01-18, 10:15 PM
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I just use the same stuff for cleaning windows (Ajax?). Don't see a reason to use anything else
Was just curious seeing as the window has a slight tint to it which may get damaged with standard window cleaner unless the tint is actually throughout the glass, Would be nice if a Corsair rep could chime in
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Dice just use vinegar anything else will leave streaks, dust is inevitable due to the fact that you are shedding skin constantly and that is the majority of dusts makeup
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Old 04-01-18, 10:19 PM
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Dice just use vinegar anything else will leave streaks, dust is inevitable due to the fact that you are shedding skin constantly and that is the majority of dusts makeup
True that, But vinegar stinks
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Mix it with some water and you'll be fine and just use the plain white vinegar and spray some deodorizer around afterwards if the smell bothers you that much also vinegar and baking soda is the best for cleaning your whole bathroom too.Also if you still have a lot of dust after vacuuming I'd suggest it may not be doing a good job you want one with good HEPA filtration
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Mix it with some water and you'll be fine and just use the plain white vinegar and spray some deodorizer around afterwards if the smell bothers you that much also vinegar and baking soda is the best for cleaning your whole bathroom too.Also if you still have a lot of dust after vacuuming I'd suggest it may not be doing a good job you want one with good HEPA filtration
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I have a Dyson allergy and a Sauber and when I vacuum there is zero smell as everything is trapped in the filters
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Old 04-01-18, 11:06 PM
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Any glass cleaner should work fine. Automotive windows are tempered as well, so anything you use to clean a window on your car will work.
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like they said..small amount of vinegar, small amount of concentrated washing up detergent and lots of water in a spray bottle and and window or mirror will be so clean . Careful on doors or you will walk through them.....................

btw: and you car windows will be brilliant
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