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post #1 of 2 Old 12-17-2012, 03:29 PM - Thread Starter
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I have to clean up some speakers that came out of storage for a friend. They belonged to someone who smoked and are pretty grimy. The cabinets are easy enough, but does anyone know how to clean the driver, tweeter and surrounds without harming them?

I know to use a microfibre cloth and be gente, but what about cleaning products?

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You could use some auto dash cleaner for the rubber surrounds. If the driver surface is metal or poly than just some rubbing alcohol would work on a cotton ball. If the tweeter is metal dome or poly than same as the woofers. If they are paper drivers or have cloth surrounds than they will probably just stay smelly and grimy.
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