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Need help on how to clean a case

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Hi, I need some advice on how I can clean my thermaltake tsunami black with side window.

The shiny black part looks like it could take automotive wax, anyone reccomend anything for the shiny black parts? What type of cloth.

How about the plastic side window? Mine has a few scratches, it gets scratched VERY easily.

Oh if you have not seen the case then here it is: http://www.thermalta...ami/bwa/bwa.asp
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I would not suggest waxing a case. If they need cleaning i will use window cleaner and a soft cloth like a old bath towel. Be careful of the window cleaner. Do not use cleaners that have ammonia or alcohol. Some will cause problems with acrylic plastic crazing. Try some on the case where it will not be seen first. Otherwise i use a drop of Dawn dish detergent in a bowl of water(mixed throughly). Use one wet cloth to apply and a second dry cloth to wipe off until dry.

I do use auto wax on the windows to fill in small scratches. Try to find the swirl and scratch remover waxes. Buffed with a bath towel most should come out. Deep scratches will always show. The wax will cause some distortion in the window. Not much but in certain light it can be noticeable.

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