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Topic # 24309 21-Jul-2008 11:36
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Hey guys.. Just wondering what your thoughts are on the best way to clean a laptop LCD?

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  Reply # 149820 21-Jul-2008 11:48
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Buy some LCD/Plasma cleaner or screen wipes - you will be able to get this from an office stationary store or anywhere along the lines of Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman etc..

Don't use regular glass clealer - the ammonia can eat away at the coating on the screen.



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  Reply # 149822 21-Jul-2008 11:50
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Awesome! Ill pick some up today.

Cheers sbiddle

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 149845 21-Jul-2008 12:26
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I use these from DSE on my laptops:

http://www.dse.co.nz/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/4883d6c40b9f6490273fc0a87f3b0778/Product/View/N3122

One is a wet wipe to get all the grime, fingerprints, etc off and the second is a dry wipe to dry it all off. I think they do a good job.




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  Reply # 149878 21-Jul-2008 14:03
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Hi,

  I've found many wipes etc to leave marks or smear or even leave a 'film' over the screen.

I clean all my LCD's (desktop and laptop) using a sponge cloth (the sort that come in 3 packs for the kitchen) that has been washed well under very hot water, then squeezed thoroughly before wiping the screens in straight lines. Then once around the edges.

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  Reply # 149895 21-Jul-2008 14:47
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I use this stuff here, I find it works better at removing built up dirt than regular screen wipes.

PHILIPS Screen Cleaner
http://www.dse.co.nz/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/en/product/C4380

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  Reply # 149909 21-Jul-2008 15:34
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I use 100% alcohol wipes (from work) and it does a fantastic job, the residue alcohol just disipates by itself

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