If you still have a "ball" mouse and are tired of cleaning it, just
throw out your mouse pad and use a large, old, cloth-bound book. It
will stay where you put it, and the old linen cover won't produce
lint. I stumbled across this idea out of frustration, and my mouse
has worked flawlessly ever since. Clean your mouse ball and rollers
first, of course. Use isopropyl alcohol and a Q-tip or toothpick to
get the junk off the interior rollers. Never underestimate low
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