Electronic Device Cleaning
Power off your device and unplug all external power sources, devices, and cables before cleaning
Use only a soft, lint-free cloth or any other electronic approved cleaning wipe to gently clean the device
Avoid abrasive cloths, towels, paper towels, or similar items unapproved for cleaning delicate devices
Avoid excessive wiping, especially on the screen, which might cause damage or discoloration
Always allow your device to dry completely before powering it back on. After cleaning with a solution of any type it is recommended to dry the unit with another soft, lint-free cloth
Examples of approved cleaning wipes would be Endust®/Windex® for Electronics®, eyeglass cleaners, or a dampened (not saturated) soft cloth with distilled water. A 70% isopropyl alcohol based solution cleaning agent may be used on your device’s non-porous surfaces for disinfection purposes.
Never use an extremely damp or saturated cloth or wipe to clean your device
Never use excessive force when cleaning your device, especially on the screen and keyboard
Never use aerosol sprays, bleaches, peroxides, acetone, abrasives, or other general disinfectant sprays
Never spray cleaners directly onto your device, submerge it, or allow a solution to pool on any surfaces of the device for an extended period of time
Never use standard glass cleaners (e.g. Windex\Glance) to clean your computer screen
Keep cleaning liquids that may spill away from your device or get moisture into any openings
If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to a member of the Panther Tech team at email@example.com or call (502) 875-8661 Option 5.