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    dirty or productionfailure?

    Hi, I bought a GA-110SN-3AER for my girlfriend. Ist big, but she likes it very much. She has been wearing it for 3 days now and at the sides of the resin, as shown in picture it gets a different color.
    Can I clean this? And how? Or is this a productionfailure?
    Has anybodyelse the same problem? Thanks for the answers that might be comming....

    greetz,

    John

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    Re: dirty or productionfailure?

    Looks like dirt. Are the bands matt finish? If yes, maybe try something like this?
    Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Original

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    Re: dirty or productionfailure?

    dirt it happens dude
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    Re: dirty or productionfailure?

    Odds are she had on a long sleeve of some type, whether a T shirt, jacket or something that was rubbing on it and the color came out. Happens on nearly all the light colored G's
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    Re: dirty or productionfailure?

    Ok. Thanks guys for the quick reaction. @GS_Leng, I will try the eraser. I don't have light matte G's. So we didn't know what happened.
    Are there more ways, produkts to clean your (lightcolored matte) G's safely?

    greetz,

    John

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