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Planner68
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How does everyone clean your drone?
I've used wet wipes to clean the exterior but I'm interested in how you all might clean the motors.  Would be okay to use the canned compressed air to blow out any dust ot debris?
2020-9-1
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Montfrooij
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I never clean it actually
2020-9-3
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DAFlys
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United Kingdom
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When I got back from Lanzarote which is very dusty I noticed a build up of red dust around the cooling intakes and I used my compressor to blow it off.
2020-9-3
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A J
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Blow on it and use a dry rag
2020-9-3
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amir_KING
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A J Posted at 9-3 07:58
Blow on it and use a dry rag

2020-9-24
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djiuser_K1OJcIO1U7fX
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I too would like advice on cleaning. Can anyone help? I operate a Mavic enterprise pro and a Matrice 300 RTK
2021-6-15
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Ineverleft
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DJI provides maintenance service, if you need it, you can apply through the official website
2021-8-18
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xlr8_tion
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Wet wipes? Bigg no no. It's a shame that DJI didn't use stainless steel on such expensive drones. Using wet wipes will cause rust to the metal parts. Guess I was right being skeptical about Chinese products
2021-8-20
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xlr8_tion
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Using wet wipes will cause Wet wipes? Bigg no no. It's a shame that DJI didn't use stainless steel on such expensive droner. Wet wipes can cause rust to the metal parts. Guess I was right being skeptical about China products
2021-8-20
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ScarlettKitsune
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Thanks to flying through a haar and then landing somewhere dusty, dirt got fairly caked on my Mini 2 (bought a landing pad to avoid in future), but it would be great if DJI had a drone cleaning kit or general advice on how to care for it in these situations.

At the moment, I've got an air compressor, but I'm also using a camera lens cleaner to avoid scratching the camera.  I still don't think this is sufficient.  Does anyone have any further cleaning tips?
9-25 00:58
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