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How to Clean your mousepad?
Different computer mousepads will have different washing methods as some mousepads are not waterproof and won’t be able to soak in warm water to get some of the dirt out, where other mousepads isn’t wired/RGB mousepad and can be soaked in water.

If you do have a mousepad that isn’t wired r RGB you can place your mousepad in warm water. Add a small amount of mild dish wash soap to your mousepad, emphasis on small (a little goes a long way). Strong chemicals in cleaning soaps can cause discoloration of your mouse pad.

Gently scrub your mousepad with a brush to remove dirt and debris, scrub a bit harder for tough stains that are oil base stains.

Once this has been done you can rinse your mousepad and make sure to get majority of the water out before leaving to dry,

Once the mousepad is completely dry, you are ready to use it again. repeat the process as needed
Cleaning a wired/RGB mousepad
If you are using an wired/RGB mousepad you can follow this method. Please note that we do not take responsibility of replacement of your mousepad if the cleaning process goes wrong and this is just general guidance.

Unplug your RGB mousepad. Soak the microfiber cloth in warm water with a bit of mild dish soap(again, a little goes a long way), and wring it out as much as possible. You don’t want to risk getting any drops of water near your electronics. Use the damp soapy cloth to thoroughly wipe the mousepad to remove any oil, grease, and dirt.

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