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I just received a Sanrio M!x in the mail and it has a small amount of battery acid/dust on all of the metal contacts and prongs. The Tama turns on alright but I was wondering what a good way to clean it was without hurting it further.

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Isopropyl alcohol is your best bet, though vinegar also works.

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