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Old Nov. 3rd, 2009, 23:33
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If flat LCD. Diluted Isopropyl alcohol and pure H2o. 3 to 1. Use clean dampened(with mixture) soft cotton cloth only. Very gentle pressure. Change cloth and repeat if necessary. Moist cotton cloth (pure H2o) for final wipe.
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Old Nov. 4th, 2009, 01:27
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thank you for the reply -

Isopropyl alcohol ? not known--is this a alcoholic liquid ,as in 50% proof (drink)
mix with water? we have Windex product (blue liquid )is this safe ?
as this screen is like a plastic ,type thing ,we are a little worried to damage it in any way-that's why we are asking,
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Old Nov. 4th, 2009, 05:26
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I have had my 32" Sony Bravia flat panel LCD Monitor for over a year now and all I have ever used to keep it clean was a water dampened optical lens cleaning cloth although I do remember the days 11 years ago when I was still smoking 3 packs of cigarettes a day and chemicals and plenty of elbow grease were required to remove the accumulated tar from the glass CRT monitor screen that I was using back then because I did a lot of smoking while sitting just a few feet from it. I've asked my friends who still smoke how they clean the screen on their monitor, but they just tell me that they dust it regularly and so I have never pressed them concerning a more effective way of cleaning.

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Old Feb. 6th, 2012, 17:48
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We only use damp cloth,
NO chemicals!
I would not try Windex! since it's for glass not plastic.
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Old Apr. 15th, 2012, 18:37
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That's what we do, Top....I only have a smoke outside so the terrible,sticky mess of the Tar from smoking is not an issue thank God! The use of isopropyl alcohol DILUTED is a great one if needed.

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We only use damp cloth,
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I would not try Windex! since it's for glass not plastic.
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Old Apr. 15th, 2012, 18:40
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Kudoes to Mel for this one.

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If flat LCD. Diluted Isopropyl alcohol and pure H2o. 3 to 1. Use clean dampened(with mixture) soft cotton cloth only. Very gentle pressure. Change cloth and repeat if necessary. Moist cotton cloth (pure H2o) for final wipe.
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Old Sep. 30th, 2013, 08:29
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I use regular wet wipes (alcohol free) and then just wipe the screen with paper towels. And of course you only want to do that when the screen is off.
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Old Sep. 30th, 2013, 10:23
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Now all I have to do is throw my laptop into the dishwasher,I need a clean keyboard and a clean C: drive....everything I need is in a Two Terabyte expansion drive anyway.


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ok i'll must adopt that.!!!!!
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