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What do you use to clean your screens?

Asked by chyna (41917points) January 21st, 2018 from iPhone

I’m talking about computer and TV screens. I bought some stuff specifically for screens and it streaks as does windex.

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

I spit on my fingers and wipe.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Distilled water and soft rags, not ammonia and paper towels.

Call_Me_Jay's avatar

Distilled water and paper towels.

johnpowell's avatar

I bought what is basically this 15 years ago. I am only half way through a single bottle. They say to use the cloths they sell but I just use white t-shirts and it works nearly as well. The stuff works great.

Soubresaut's avatar

A dry microfiber cloth works pretty well, and if that’s not enough, I find an ever so slightly damp one tends to do the trick.

The above suggestions seem good, too.

imrainmaker's avatar

I’m wondering how they are making money if half a bottle is sufficient for 15 years..)~

canidmajor's avatar

I use my shirt. Probably not so helpful, sorry.

Well, not on the TV, for that I use a flannel cloth from an old sheet I cut up.

Love_my_doggie's avatar

A lightly-dampened microfiber cloth.

janbb's avatar

I don’t; I’ve just decided it’s always snowing in New Jersey.

cookieman's avatar

A dampened white tee shirt for everything but my phone.

My phone I just lick and rub on my shirt. I know, “germs”...but I’m not dead yet.

canidmajor's avatar

@cookieman, nonsense! You’re jazzing up your immune system!

flutherother's avatar

It’s usually my glasses that need cleaned. I use the cloth that they came with.

cookieman's avatar

@canidmajor: My thoughts exactly.

ucme's avatar

We have staff for that

AshlynM's avatar

I don’t use any cleaner, just a duster or a dry cloth. Works well.

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