What to clean gamepad screen with

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User Info: Dizzy_Kronic

Dizzy_Kronic
4 years ago#1
Microfiber rag and water should do the trick right?

User Info: stekim40

stekim40
4 years ago#2
Brillopad.

No, seriously don't use water! o_O

The best thing to do is put a screen protector on it, but this is done day 1 BEFORE you touch it so I guess that's long gone.

Get a small cloth, the ones they sell for cleaning glasses, wipe it with that.

But really you should have put on a screen protector before you ever used it.
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User Info: Dizzy_Kronic

Dizzy_Kronic
4 years ago#3
Why? The stylus doesn't scratch it.
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User Info: darkjedilink

darkjedilink
4 years ago#5
I bought a case kit for the Wii U GamePad with a silicone glove (that didn't fit right), a hardshell case (which was kind of pointless since it can't be plugged in while in the case), two styluses and a screen cleaner.

The cleaner works pretty good.
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User Info: Squished_Mario

Squished_Mario
4 years ago#6
I use a blue microfiber cloth, they usually come with those spray kits. Go find one on Ebay or something cheap, or at a store with a good price. I don't use the solution that comes with it...those usually just make it worse.

Just dampen the microfiber cloth lightly on a corner, and wipe w/e was on there, let it dry for a sec then wipe it down with the dry side. My screen is nice and pretty now.
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User Info: Jonbazookaboz

Jonbazookaboz
4 years ago#7
Microfiber. Or if very dirty a baby wipe first (brilliant btw for cleaning white wiimotes or analogue sticks)
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User Info: kdognumba1

kdognumba1
4 years ago#8
Dizzy_Kronic posted...
Microfiber rag and water should do the trick right?


I would just use the microfiber rag and nothing else
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User Info: enjoines

enjoines
4 years ago#9
microfiber and lense cleaner

or LCD cleaner
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User Info: Stink_Ape

Stink_Ape
4 years ago#10
From: stekim40 | Posted: 12/3/2012 12:45:58 PM | #002
But really you should have put on a screen protector before you ever used it.

kind of like when I was born the first thing my Mom did was put a condom on me.
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