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Cleaning textured surfaced on the Maestro

Greetings to the group,

I was rearranging the station yesterday and noticed a light dust buildup on my the surfaces of my Maestro A model. I wiped it down with a microfiber towel but noticed some entrapment in the texturing that left a streaky or smudgy appearance. Admittedly it is hard to see but in proper light it just doesn't look clean. Normally I would have spritzed it with something like Windex but quickly decided to step back and wondered if that would attack the printings in some manner.

I guess I'm being a bit OCD in the appearance but I was wondering if there is cause for concern regarding cleaners essentially erasing the printings? Thanks is advance.

73, Mike K9MK


  • Neil D Friedman N3DF
    Neil D Friedman N3DF Member ✭✭✭✭

    Pending official word from Flex staff to the contrary,I wouldn’t use a liquid cleaner on mine.

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