Thing is i cover mouse at night and never touch it with dirty hands and clean it with microfiber cloth.
So explain to me, how come after my hands sweating, there are created weird spots on bottom of mouse skates, which weren't there previously ? That has to have some reason - that it exists ! If not sweat that what ? It wasn't there when mouse was new. There is more things in human sweat, couldn't it be something else ? And is there some substance, that would clear these spots ?
I wish i could choose pp, pa. But never heard about mouse skates like that. I heard ceramic mouse skates have less friction, but they don't exactly fit on places, where default skates were, so there may be problem with stability etc. Also it may be too slick on polymersurfaces. Maybe i am gonna try them, but it would be nice to have something to reduce friction !!!
What about silicone spray on ptfe mouse skates and polymer, aluminium, glass, or cloth. Wouldn't it damage these surfaces ? There was one product to increase slickness between surfaces from steelseries, but it doesn't sell anymore. I don't know what i should use, so i don't make it even worse. I think i tried wd-45 once on worn out mouse and it didn't help, made things worse.
This really frustrated me long time, because there is not much i can do. Any ideas would be helpful thanks ! And i don't have money to buy everything new every 2 weeks !
Do you think polisher would help ?: https://youtu.be/PQrt1PEM1Qo?t=218
I would try anything at this point !