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Cleaning the Surface of a CJV150-160

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by JetPress, Aug 27, 2020.

  1. JetPress

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    Here is something I've been wondering since we upgraded to a CJV150-160. I notice the surface has a rough matte feel to it compared to our old printer and I haven't found a good way to clean it. I was wondering what is the best way to clean these areas since paper towels and microfiber cloths tend to leave little pieces of it behind.
     
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  2. Lady Who

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    Yes, paper towels are terrible, they practically dissolve on the rough metal. I clean mine with a flannel, damp (with alcohol 50 - 70% if you like) and a bit of neutral detergent if necessary. If it's new, soak it with water and detergent for 2 days before using for better results.
     

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  3. JetPress

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    Thank you so much! I will try that out. I'm tired of my printer looking so dirty lol
     
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