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My mm700 rgb mouse-pad has developed a curl


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Hey! You can try laying out the mouse-pad as flat as possible with the heavy object on top for an extended period of time. Since the mouse-pad comes rolled up, it might take a bit of time before it fully uncurls and flattens. 

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Hair Dryer is the easy way. Put it on heat and just go back and forth on it. Also a warm wash rag to clean it. It will make it look new again.

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On 6/1/2022 at 10:12 PM, Corsair Crimson said:

Hey! You can try laying out the mouse-pad as flat as possible with the heavy object on top for an extended period of time. Since the mouse-pad comes rolled up, it might take a bit of time before it fully uncurls and flattens. 

Thanks for the advice...unfortunately that doesn't seem to work, the pad is almost a year old, still on the same surface it was when it arrived and the curl seems to be less flat, for lack of a better word, and then the curve comes back! I have laid many heavy objects, like a ps4 , my monitor stand, books etc but the curve remains. It seems almost as if the glue/stitching is getting tight and pulling the edges up.

Any other suggestions would be welcomed.

Thanks again!

Red

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20 hours ago, KILLER_K said:

Hair Dryer is the easy way. Put it on heat and just go back and forth on it. Also a warm wash rag to clean it. It will make it look new again.

Hi 

Thanks for the advice! I am assuming to use a low heat and not too much?

Regards

Red

 

 

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Just depends on your hair dryer and the heat output. But as always start out low and warm it up ad see what happens. Then you can try medium if needed. Good luck.

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