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    hey what would you guys say is the best way to clean my lcd screen ?

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    I jusy use a damp clouth and soft dry towel.

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    Default Re: how to

    Power down the screen and unplug it. Let it cool down for 10 minutes or so. Use a damp, soft cloth to wipe it off and dry it with another damp cloth. You can pick up a cloth specifically designed for cleaning LCD screens called a microfiber cloth at WalMart for about $3. Get two of them. Make sure the wet cloth is wrung out thoroughly before wiping down the screen. You don't need it to be very wet at all.

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    I just use the cheap screen you can buy at pretty much any electronics retailer. It has a slight alcohol base, so it evaporates quickly. It is often streak free. It is cheap and comes in an easy to use spray bottle, with cloths and everything you need. I will say the stuff that I sell is streak free, but the streaks take a day or two to vanish completely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    Same here Tee,these wipes do a good job and are cheap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesLT3 View Post
    Same here Tee,these wipes do a good job and are cheap!
    yes they do
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