What detergent to clean Zerodust.

My Zerodust is a bit (but not gross) dirty. Need to clean it (I think) but want to know which dish detergent will not degrade the good qualities of the Zerodust.

Thank you for considering this request.
You need to use anything but stuff with ionic chemical grabbers! Detergents have multiple and various chemical devices (mostly working with ionic charge) to clean. The surface of the Zerodust is SPECIFICALLY made to be really super ionic grabby.
(I was a wiz in chemistry 40 years ago, forgive my senile blatherings, they are in the right direction)
The detergent may ruin the grabby quality of the Zerodust. (and such I have heard!) rinse with high purity filter distilled water... check on the Zerodust website... but DO- NOT wash it with any soap!
Elizabeth is absoluetely correct. All I do is rinse in a bowl with a bit of distilled water. That's it. It comes out squeeky clean. You may have to flex it a bit while in the water to dislodge some of the debris.
Elizabeth, dearest, after reading your "ionic chemical grabbers," this poor ol' musician nearly had a coronary. I was afraid I would have released a chemical virus to end mankind! :>)

Bless you for pointing me in the right direction before I totally annihilated my Zerodust (and who knows how many LPs and my ZYX 1000).

Knowing now that you were a chemical wiz, I am checking with you any time I have anything approaching combustion in my stereo equipment.

Thanks also to you, Jm, I appreciate your time to share.
Are these two basically the same thing? Thanks,