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How to clean RGB Mousepad

How to clean RGB Mousepad

The QcK Prism, like any other wired RGB mousepad, should be cleaned with extra care because of the delicate nature of the surface. You should check your mousepad for dirt if you’re experiencing tracking problems while playing games.Getting all of the oil, grease, and dirt off of cloth or fabric mousepads takes a little more effort than using a silicone or rubber mousepad.

It is necessary to have the following materials:

  • Dishwashing liquid with a mild detergent
  • Water that is not too hot.
  • fabric made of microfiber


  • Unplug your RGB mousepad from the computer.
  • Soak the microfiber cloth in warm water with a small amount of mild dish soap, and wring it out as much as you can to remove any excess water. Water drops near your electronics are something you don’t want to happen.
  • The oil, grease, and dirt on the mousepad can be removed by wiping it down with a damp soapy cloth.
  • Using a damp soap-free cloth, thoroughly remove all soap residue from the mousepad after rinsing the microfiber cloth and wringing it out as much as you can.
  • Please allow your mousepad to dry completely flat and with the right side facing out.
  • Reconnect the cable and get ready to play.

An Easy Phase Guide to Maintaining the Mousepad Clean

  • Fill Your Sink/Basin with Water

Prepare a warm water bath in your kitchen or bathroom sink, along with some hand and/or dish soap. A washbasin or anything else that can be filled with water and won’t spill or leak would be acceptable alternatives. To ensure that your mousepad is completely submerged, you may need to fill the container with a significant amount of water, depending on itssize.

  • Cleaning Your Mousepad

Your mousepad should now be submerged in the water mixture, and you’re done! Allow for it to sink into the water and perhaps a few rinses with water before proceeding with your cleaning. Begin by wiping the mousepad down with a washing-up sponge, moving in a light, circular motion.

  • Continue scrubbing, and then do a final clean up

Take the initiative if you believe you will benefit from a little more elbow grease. However, avoid being too rough with the mousepad, as this could result in damage to it.

  • Wash the hands

Make sure to wring out your mousepad to remove any soap residue that may have gotten into the actual material. Give it a thorough, even rinse, and make sure you get to every part of the mousepad as you work your way around the surface of the mousepad.

  • Pat-Dab the Mousepad to Remove the Moisture

Remove the mousepad from the computer and pat it with a dry towel to finish it off. This will not completely dry it, and you will need to leave it for a while to allow it to completely dry and air out, but it should be sufficient to get you started and to begin drying your mousepad.

  •  Allow it to dry for at least one night

If you want the best results, leave your mousepad out for at least 24 hours to allow it too completely dry. This should provide you with a gamepad that is clean, comfortable, and free of stains, stops, and other issues that may interfere with the smooth glide of your mouse across the gamepad.

The Best Way to Clean Your RGB Mousepad (Step by Step Guide)

Cleansing a mouse pad isn’t always as simple as it seems. With a regular washcloth, water residue or scratches may be left behind, which may eventually cause the mouse to become ill. Submerging the entire pad in a tub or sink is recommended by some cleaning guides for mouse pads.

  • The RGB mouse pad must be unplugged before you can continue

Remove the RGB mouse pad from the computer before you begin cleaning with it. This will help you to prevent any electrical shocks that may occur while you are cleaning the device.

  • Rinse with warm water after using a sponge

Make use of a sponge and warm water to thoroughly clean the mousepad. Dust particles that have accumulated on the surface of the mouse pad will be removed as a result of this process. Pour some alcohol on the mouse pad while it is being rinsed if you are able to do so.

  • When applying soap, make use of your hands

Washing your hands with soap is the preferred method for many people. Hands are able to reach all areas of the mouse pad’s body, removing any stray dirt that may have gotten into the mouse pad is very important.

  • Avoid scrubbing the edges and stitching of your garment

Scrubbing around the edges and around the RGB module should be done with caution so that you do not ruin the stitching or short out something.

  • Make sure that there is no water getting into the house

Try to swipe it with a towel as quickly as possible if you get water on it or around it so that it doesn’t allow water to seep through. In addition, the water could potentially damage the RGB lights which are in the mouse pad, and I’m sure you don’t want that to happen, would you?

  • To remove soap, use a damp towel

As soon as I was finished scrubbing, I wrung out the pad with a damp towel to remove all of the soap residue. Once the pad has absorbed some of the soap, it can be wiped clean with a clean and a dry towel.

  • Allow it to air dry before using

Alternatively, you can use an air blower set to medium to circulate air over the mouse pad to expedite the drying time.