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Posted 6/2/14 , edited 6/2/14
So i haven't found any info about this, i got my first Oppai Mousepad almost two years ago, after a couple of months it got really dirty. I thought about cleaning it, i took soap, kinda smeared it over it and used window cleaner then washed it off with some warm water. then let it dry for like 12 hours or so, if i would've done it earlier the Mousepad would be in much better condition. so I'm wondering if someone here has other better methods of cleaning them. If you do it would be appreciated!
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I Have a gaming mousepad, Huge ass one. Though when I wash it.. I just put it in the washing machine, and then let it dry = washed
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what're you doing with that oppai mousepad that you need to clean it?

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People clean mousepads?

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aidenraine wrote:

what're you doing with that oppai mousepad that you need to clean it?



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Posted 6/2/14 , edited 6/2/14

Stonewolfe wrote:

People clean mousepads?

Learn somethin new everyday...


Well for heavy gamers (like me) to much sweat gets into the mousepad, and it makes it look dirty

And:

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Lol Whut?! "LAWL"
(This sounds more for reddit or [email protected]? sites.)

Anywho, my advice is to use dry cleaning methods applied to the mouse pad. The fibers in a mousepad are a bit different than clothes, so using a bit more of a delicate process like using dry cleaning solution can help you out tremendously. Also take into account that regular soaps and detergent can run and irk up the ink, so use a not to abrasive ruin either the material and print. Just look either up in Google.

Lastly, spray some Frebreze after. "LAWL"

(I don't clean mousepads. I just use a black one and replace it after a couple of months.)
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Posted 6/2/14
...Ecchi

I use a laptop, but i think that washing machine idea sounds fine.
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DeathyZA wrote:

Well for heavy gamers (like me) to much sweat gets into the mousepad, and it makes it look dirty

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Hmm guess I am lucky then, I am a programmer and a gamer, but don't seem to get my mousepads visibly dirty. Of course they are usually all black with wristpads.
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zendude wrote:

Lol Whut?! "LAWL"
(This sounds more for reddit or [email protected]? sites.)

Anywho, my advice is to use dry cleaning methods applied to the mouse pad. The fibers in a mousepad are a bit different than clothes, so using a bit more of a delicate process like using dry cleaning solution can help you out tremendously. Also take into account that regular soaps and detergent can run and irk up the ink, so use a not to abrasive ruin either the material and print. Just look either up in Google.

Lastly, spray some Frebreze after. "LAWL"

(I don't clean mousepads. I just use a black one and replace it after a couple of months.)


I'm going to save this message somewhere. This is going to be handy someday! I just know it somehow.
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The best method I have found: Use a damp washcloth with a small amount of mild detergent and gently wipe the pad clean. Rinse the pad thoroughly to remove all the detergent. Let it completely dry in a well ventilated area. Done.

Warning: Do not put in a washing machine, the harsher chemicals can fade the ink and damage the material. Also never dry in the dryer, as the high heat can cause any plastic on it to melt.

Source: An avid user for many years.
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aidenraine wrote:

what're you doing with that oppai mousepad that you need to clean it?


Non-volatile products of perspiration and flakes of shedding dead skin. Fail to clean anything the human body comes in contact with with a long period of time, and you'll normally see the undesirable results. Keep in mind the "function" of the oppai are to act as a wrist rest, which means frequently contact with the skin on the wrist, often coupled with some movement.

There is no need to imagine the involvement of other bodily fluids.

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Posted 6/2/14
Use tissues next time.
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Posted 6/2/14
This is pertinent information for me cause I'm really thinking about getting the Satsuki Kiryuin one....
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Posted 6/2/14
its great for the wrists dont clean it just buy a new one. Mine got nasty from all the dead skin on my wrist.
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moratorium wrote:
its great for the wrists dont clean it just buy a new one. Mine got nasty from all the dead skin on my wrist.

Where do you buy your Oppai mousepads. Don't they get kind of expensive after replacing them each time?
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