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August 15, 2005 4:48:40 AM

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What's the best way to clean a laptop screen with the new Ultrabrite (smooth
and shiny) screen? I've always used distilled water and a soft cloth on my laptop
screens, but it's hard to make them smear-free when drying.

Thanks!
Scott

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Anonymous
August 15, 2005 7:00:41 PM

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I use one of several spray cans of commercial screen cleaner (acquired by
cartons at bankruptcy auctions). No smear. All fingermarks gone. Try a real
computer store (as real as they get any more) like Fry's or CompUSA.

.... Ben Myers

On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 00:48:40 -0500, Scott <golden@uslink.net> wrote:

>What's the best way to clean a laptop screen with the new Ultrabrite (smooth
>and shiny) screen? I've always used distilled water and a soft cloth on my laptop
>screens, but it's hard to make them smear-free when drying.
>
>Thanks!
>Scott
>
Anonymous
August 17, 2005 7:55:28 AM

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I got packets of screen wipes at Cyberguys.com. They are handy for travel.
Just take one wet and one dry.

--
C and A Bredt
<ben_myers_spam_me_not @ charter.net (Ben Myers)> wrote in message
news:4300ada5.5185663@nntp.charter.net...
>I use one of several spray cans of commercial screen cleaner (acquired by
> cartons at bankruptcy auctions). No smear. All fingermarks gone. Try a
> real
> computer store (as real as they get any more) like Fry's or CompUSA.
>
> ... Ben Myers
>
> On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 00:48:40 -0500, Scott <golden@uslink.net> wrote:
>
>>What's the best way to clean a laptop screen with the new Ultrabrite
>>(smooth
>>and shiny) screen? I've always used distilled water and a soft cloth on
>>my laptop
>>screens, but it's hard to make them smear-free when drying.
>>
>>Thanks!
>>Scott
>>
>
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Anonymous
August 21, 2005 5:51:09 PM

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Use a microfiber cloth and lens cleaner. You can pick both up in the
Wal-Mart optical section for under $5. The trick is to use the lens cleaner
sparingly and wipe lightly. To get rid of any smears after cleaning, lightly
rub the screen with a dry microfiber cloth.

"Scott" <golden@uslink.net> wrote in message
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> What's the best way to clean a laptop screen with the new Ultrabrite
> (smooth
> and shiny) screen? I've always used distilled water and a soft cloth on
> my laptop
> screens, but it's hard to make them smear-free when drying.
September 14, 2005 4:06:41 AM

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danyexp,

Any concerns about cleaning an ultrabite laptop screen? The ultrabrite
screen is a kind of glossy plastic...not the usual dull finish.

Scott

danyexp wrote:
>
> Use a microfiber cloth and lens cleaner. You can pick both up in the
> Wal-Mart optical section for under $5. The trick is to use the lens cleaner
> sparingly and wipe lightly. To get rid of any smears after cleaning, lightly
> rub the screen with a dry microfiber cloth.
>
> "Scott" <golden@uslink.net> wrote in message
> news:43002CB8.D6916AF0@uslink.net...
>
> > What's the best way to clean a laptop screen with the new Ultrabrite
> > (smooth
> > and shiny) screen? I've always used distilled water and a soft cloth on
> > my laptop
> > screens, but it's hard to make them smear-free when drying.
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