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What is the best way to clean a computer screen?

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  • Grassroots89
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  • Longrifle
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    I would often prefer to use a ball-peen hammer.

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  • jhjimbo
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    As a side note, I have a built in GPS/Sterio center in my SUV and the screen can not be touched. The only thing you can use to dust it is a very soft detail brush. No liquid of any kind. The reason is it is a lens that allows the driver and passenger to see the screen from their seat. If you do touch it and leave a finger print, the procedure is to take scotch tape and lift the print from the screen. I know, I could not believe it either, but the lens part does work as you can just glance at it and it is bright and in focus. All the controls are buttons around the edge of the screen.

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  • RockySquirrel
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    Seriously: alcohol wipes.

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  • RockySquirrel
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    Hey if we are going for a competition of minuses, count me in!!

    1. Put it in the bed of your truck and take it through a car wash.
    2. Toothpaste
    3. Scent free detergent.
    4. Put it in cloth bag and toss it in the wash, with hunting clothes.
    5. Display a pix of Chuck Norris and the screen will clean itself.

    And the #1 answer: WD40!!

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  • JustTakeMeHunting14
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    N.O. B. S. LCD Screen cleaner.the stuff is also great for sunglasses, gps,really anything with glass or a lens, and is also non toxic and eco friendly

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  • Proverbs
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    Use it as a planer while trolling for salmon.

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  • Treestand
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    At Best-Buy and Wal*Mart have Screen Cleaner Kits.

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  • themadflyfisher
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    shoot.. I use spit and my sleeve on my laptop.

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  • DakotaMan
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    I use a small microfiber cloth and dampen it with a little water. Not so it is wet; just damp. I wipe with that. The fiber will pick up the dust and anything else that might be there. I don't like to use any abrasives on the screen.

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  • realtreehunter
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    Here's How:

    Turn off the device. If the screen is dark, it will be easier to see the areas that are dirty or oily.

    Use a dry, soft cloth and very gently wipe the screen. A great choice would be the microfiber type of cloth used to clean eyeglass lenses. A dry eraser works good too.

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  • 99explorer
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    I read somewhere that you can damage a TV screen by cleaning with certain abrasives, as it is coated with some non-reflective film.
    I assume the same would be true of the computer screens we are now watching.

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  • jhjimbo
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    What is your concern? I got a shock from a TV tube one time but no problems with computer monitor.

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  • Grassroots89
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