OK , this one is . . .
*** see footnote for backgroundbs(tm)
Nah! the punchline is too good . . . SUFFER! :ebc:
*** . . . already partially completed by its previous owner, I bought it from a writer, he'd billed it as a (caution hyperbole ahead =8-} . . .to follow?) shiny , like new, well loved, one owner . . . yadda yadda . . . 1400cs/133 he'd like to place in a good home. When I went downtown to pick it up, I took a quick look, figured it had been well used, but well cared for and all that greasy oil buildup from his hands would clean up nicely. He'd have his greenbacks and my promise upgrade/not eviscerate his baby and I'd have a cherry chassis for a166MHz goodie-swap with Beater . . . besides I REALLY wanted that CD/Door and all the lovely 64MB of Maxed Out Memory Module Goodness lurking under the surface!
Whatever . . . I went to clean it up tonight . . .
:o . . . .NO WONDER he loved this thing, he must have been right handed because he typed the living sh. . . . erm . . . shine of a lifetime onto all those clean as a whistle keycaps! The left hand shift key, right side of the spacebar, return and delete keys and every cap in between are as shiny and lovely to the touch as the surface of a Kosta Boda decanter!
Which brings me to the point of this topic:
Has anybody ever actually polished the keyboard and entire case plastic surfces of a PB to a gemlike high gloss sheen?