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Old 02-16-2019, 05:58 AM
Tarapapamango Tarapapamango is offline
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Lightbulb How to remove actual rust from m65 pro bottom elements


This is bottom of my M65 pro from bought few years back. This not complaint or anything i think it was caused by moisture(and possibly salt- don't ask) on my mousepad. I just want to ask how to remove it. What kind of rust removing chemical will be suitable ? Also are there means to protect next awesome corsair mouse im gonna buy without potential damage to skin/mousepad ? What I mean is that what ever goes on bottom of mouse goes to mousepad and potentially skin.
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Old 02-16-2019, 09:53 AM
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Those counterweights will unscrew (assuming they are not rusted in place). After that you can drop them in any one of the common Lime-Rust-Calcium products out there. I am quite certain I can do the same with a more purposed chemical bath, but I think that is taking it a bit far for aesthetic reasons.

The other option would be to leave them out. I don't fuss about mouse weight very much, but all of my M65 Pro models go without those. You might try it. You can take a Q-tip and touch up those two little plate screws with the CLR solution or not worry about it too much. I don't think the bottom will fall out.
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