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2006/07/11 17:13:16 (permalink)
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Cleaning monitor screens?

I've got rid of my old computer (RIP) and got a new one with a flat screen monitor. On the old computer it was no problem cleaning the screen (soon gets covered in fingerprints when pointing out items of interest to others...) by using a damp cloth - and sometimes just a squirt of window cleaning stuff. Not sure if this is ideal for the flat screen type monitors as the screen is somewhat "soft" to the touch.

Any flat screen cleaning advise appreciated chums

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MD
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    OTTO
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    RE: Cleaning monitor screens? 2006/07/11 17:18:05 (permalink)
    get a baby wipe or a proper pc wipe from PC world :)
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    RE: Cleaning monitor screens? 2006/07/11 17:18:06 (permalink)
    You can buy specific screen wipes for flat screens. You definitely don't want to touch them with your fingers. My favourite brand is 'Richardson's flat screen monitor-o-wipes'.
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    RE: Cleaning monitor screens? 2006/07/11 23:31:38 (permalink)
    plain old glass cleaner!!!!!!!!!!
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