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Best way to clean an LCD monitor?

#1Dirk85UKPosted 2/7/2014 10:23:37 AM
Best way to clean an LCD monitor?
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#2elitelmoPosted 2/7/2014 10:24:45 AM
...microfiber cloth?
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#3MyDogSkipPosted 2/7/2014 11:40:31 AM
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#4GTRagnarokPosted 2/7/2014 11:51:23 AM
MyDogSkip posted...

Waste of money. You can achieve the same thing much cheaper by applying rubbing alcohol to a microfiber cloth.
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#5lost_withinPosted 2/7/2014 11:58:35 AM
sandpaper works well to get all the dirt and grime off...
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#6ZachnornPosted 2/7/2014 12:01:17 PM
I've been using tap water and a clean microfiber cloth, but I used to work at a computer lab where they used Touch of Purple, which cleaned the glossy screens very well. I've also used some monitor cleaning solution from Staples, which also worked well.

No matter what, use a microfiber cloth.
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#7Edavy89Posted 2/7/2014 12:03:26 PM
Baby wipes.
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#8Fear The ClownPosted 2/7/2014 12:05:21 PM
I use a vinegar and water combination, same thing I use to do all of my cleaning too except for the bathroom. Its a cheap cleaning/sanitizing solution that isn't bad for the environment or those in it and the vinegar smell isn't that strong and disappears in about 5 minutes.
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#9WerdnAndreWPosted 2/7/2014 12:19:40 PM
Microfiber cloth and distilled water
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#10Edavy89Posted 2/7/2014 2:03:46 PM
Im tellin ya, baby wipes are the way to go. Greatest invention ever, just get the generic ones, nothing with special additives for sensitive tooshies. Pretty sure Aloe doesn't do for electronics what it does for a chaffing hiney.
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