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Old 09 August 2017, 08:09   #4
demolition
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I always use detergent and I stick the case parts in there as well with the outsides facing down, although in a way so they don't capture too much water. Breadbin C64s can become (more) miscolored after being in the dishwasher, but I've never had issues with Amiga cases or C64C cases for that matter and I've done quite a few that way. If your machine can keep the temperature low enough (I think mine's 50 degC), that will not cause any warping.

The only minor issue with the are that any paper stickers might come off. Your case might have one on the bottom and the motherboard usually has several as well. The glossy ones are usually fine, but the paper ones will absorb water and disintegrate either completely or partly. If this is an issue (it isn't for me), you should probably wash it by hand.
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