Re: [OM] Mouse Tracks

Subject: Re: [OM] Mouse Tracks
From: Chuck Norcutt <chucknorcutt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 16:30:28 -0400
No, but I'd guess that the friction of the mouse is wearing the varnish. 
  Maybe a very light polishing with some wet 400 or finer sandpaper will 
restore the shine.  Or a tiny bit of auto body rubbing compound.

Chuck Norcutt

Jim Nichols wrote:
> A couple of months ago, when my old roller-ball mouse was suffering
> from old age, I bought a Microsoft optical mouse.  Since it was
> touted to work on any surface, I tossed my mouse pad and have been
> using it on the lacquered wood desk top.  Recently, I have noted that
> the area where the mouse resides is covered with millimeter-sized
> lighter spots.
> Have any of you seen similar signs of the mouse optical tracking
> system causing desk top marring?
> Jim Nichols Tullahoma, TN USA
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