Best methods for cleaning the Vita?

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2 years ago#1
My right control stick and circle button are starting to stick. Are there any good methods for cleaning these areas?
2 years ago#2
Get good microfiber cloth and put little bit of water to one corner and wipe it off it dry part. I have been using this method for a long time and it works.
2 years ago#3
Baby wipe, it's my goto for everything including discs, just don't use the ones with lotion or aloe in them, makes it greasy. The old alcohol wipes work too, and dries fast.
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2 years ago#4
Well kind of off topic but if you ever want to clean the screen ( I know thats not the case in the question but giving some advice nonetheless) a good solution is a microfiber cloth and some plastic polish. The kind I use is called Meguiar's PlastX. Its actually for cleaning the headlights on cars but someone on this site recommended it and it works very well.
2 years ago#5
Soap.
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2 years ago#6
the cloth that comes along from the starter kit. it was good for cleaning
2 years ago#7
I use these. http://www.amazon.com/PlayStation-Cleaning-Controllers-Equipment-3-2/dp/B004M97H92

They work so good its rediculous. They get the greasy oily dirty gunk off whatever you wipe with em. Would never pay that much for em though. I only bought em because I was in Big Lots and saw em on the shelf for $3.50.
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2 years ago#8
.....Q-Tip and rubbing alcohol?
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