- What is the recommended method and recommended cleaner to use for cleaning transparent shot clocks?
- Ensure any abrasive debris is removed from the shot clock surfaces prior to cleaning. Pay special attention to remove any metal shavings that may be left over from installation.
- Disconnect all signal and power to the control enclosure.
- Use mild soapy water* in a hand sprayer to mist the surface of the acrylic.
- Wipe down with a clean cotton towel, removing streaks as you go.
- Using the residual moisture in the towel, wipe down the sides of the shot clocks to remove any dust.
- Reconnect signal and power after the surfaces have completely dried.
- Test the clock for proper operation.
* A few drops of dish soap in a gallon of water is all that is needed. Do not use any cleaners that contain ammonia, as these may yellow the acrylic.