Cleaning Acetone Residue Off Remote Control

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Acetone or nail polish remover can be used to clean off many materials, but some plastics can be damaged when this chemical is applied. Depending on how badly the item is damaged, sometimes it can be removed.
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October 9, 2018

how do I clean nail polish remover from a fire stick remote control?

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October 9, 20180 found this helpful
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You can try just chipping it off with the side (not the pointy end) of a nail file or use a Q-tip and some nail polish remover...being very careful not to get it near the controls. If you use the remover method, test it on the back first time make sure it doesn't cause damage.

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October 10, 20180 found this helpful
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I'm guessing you heard/read that you could use nail polish remover to clean a remote?

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It is possible the remover has damaged some internal parts but hopefully not.

Hope you removed the batteries before you started cleaning, but, if not, then now would be a good time to remove them.

You might try using a little alcohol on a q-tip but be very careful around any opening/buttons.

I think you should read this link for maybe a little more in depth information on this subject.

www.scienceforums.net/.../

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October 9, 20180 found this helpful

Try a few drops of mild dishwashing liquid in water.

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October 10, 20180 found this helpful

I'd put a bit of rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball and hold it against it, but don't let it get into any open compartments where buttons are.

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