How to Care for Your iMac Computer.
- Don't unplug your iMac when it's turned on.
- Don't use your iMac when lightning is near.
- Don't jostle, bump, shake, kick, throw, dribble, or punt your iMac, especially while it's running.
- Don't forget to back up your data.
- Don't kiss your screen while wearing stuff on your lips.
- Keep all liquids away from your Mac.
- Shut Down your iMac at the end of the day.
- Use only a soft, lint-free cloth. Abrasive cloths, towels, paper towels, and similar items may cause damage. You can also use specially designed Monitor Wipes (anti-static, alcohol free).
- Disconnect your iMac product from an external power sources.
- Disconnect any external devices and other cabling from the product.
- Don't get moisture into any openings, and don't use aerosol sprays, solvents, or abrasives.
- Don't spray cleaners directly on the item.
Directions for Cleaning your iMac's exterior surfaces:
- When cleaning the outside of your iMac, first shut down your iMac and unplug the power cord along with other connected devices.
- Then use a damp, soft, lint-free cloth to clean the computer's exterior. Avoid getting moisture in any openings.
Directions for Cleaning your iMac's display:
- First shut down you iMac and unplug the power cord along with other connected devices.
- Next, dampen the cloth that came with your iMac--or another clean, soft, lint-free cloth--with water only, and wipe the screen. Don't spray liquid directly on the screen.