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Cleaning a Laptop Screen

What do you use to clean the screen on a laptop computer? I think one of my grandsons must have been trying to hide their fingerprints from the screen and now it is all greasy looking. Thanks.

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April 2, 20110 found this helpful

A place that sell's electronics should have something for you to clean your laptop with there wipes there not to high depends where you buy them.

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April 2, 20110 found this helpful

Many options.

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April 3, 20110 found this helpful

I use and have always used Pledge Multi Surface wipes on our laptops & anything else that has a screen/glass. Never had a problem with them leaving smudges behind.

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April 4, 20110 found this helpful

I have used regular window cleaner, but wipe up immediately. Do NOT allow the cleaner to run down the screen. Cover the keyboard before you spray. Something else I have used is the cleaner for glass top stoves if the screen is smeary with finger prints. Again, you must get all the residue from the cleaner off. I used very wet, but not dripping, paper towels and dried the screen thorough and left the computer open until I was sure it was completely dry.

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May 10, 20110 found this helpful

A chalk board eraser works on my desk top screen--not sure if laptops are diff materials.

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April 2, 20110 found this helpful

What to use to clean a laptop computer screen.

Pat from Churubusco, IN

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Cleaning a Laptop Screen

Rubbing alcohol and a rag work wonders and is cheap. That is what I use on ours.
God bless! (01/28/2008)

By velsgal

Cleaning a Laptop Screen

Fellows makes a product call Screen Cleaning wipes. It's a towelette wet and dry in a package. You can use it on laptops, LCD monitors, cell phones, and PDA. You can get it at Office Depot, or Office Max.
(01/28/2008)

By DEBRADJ.

Cleaning a Laptop Screen

Get yourself a cotton rag and a bottle of alcohol. It does wonders. And it also get germs from it too. I think it works better than the expensive products out there. (06/14/2008)

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January 24, 20080 found this helpful

What do I clean my laptop screen with?

Sam from Riverview, FL

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Cleaning a Laptop Screen

I use my eyeglass cleaner and the swatch of fabric that comes with it. You can buy it at Wal-mart in the eye care center. (05/25/2006)

By Sandi

Cleaning a Laptop Screen

A sheet of Bounce! (05/25/2006)

By karna

Cleaning a Laptop Screen

Any place that sells computers sells little bottles of computer safe spray cleaner for the screen. I don't remember how much it costs, but it lasts a very long time. (05/26/2006)

By Lynn Beth

Cleaning a Laptop Screen

A microfibre 'glass' cleaning cloth. If there are sticky bits I moisten the cloth with a drip of water and lightly 'polish'. The cloth is virtually dry though. (05/26/2006)

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