CAUTION: Do not use warm water or cleaning solvents to remove Toner (Dry Ink) from your skin or clothing. This will set the Toner and make it difficult to remove. If any Toner gets on your skin or clothing, use a brush to remove the Toner, or wash it off with cold water and mild soap.
When a Toner vacuum is not available to clean up Toner that has spilled inside of a printer, a dry cloth, dry paper towel, or dry brush may be used.
To prevent personal injury and / or damage to the printer when cleaning spilled Toner, follow the guidelines below:
- Do not use compressed or canned air to blow out the printer.
- Do not use liquids or solvents to clean up Toner spills inside a printer.
- Do not allow Toner to touch electrical components. Toner is electrically conductive and can cause electrical component failure if it reaches sensitive components.
- Do use gentle motions when wiping or brushing up Toner spills.
For health related information, See the Related Content section for additional information.