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LCD monitor cleaning products

VolcanoCowboy 14 157 England
14 Mar 2009 2:11PM
I recently bought a Huey Pro calibration tool. It came with some Klear Screen wipes and a micro-chamois cloth. Unfortunately, the wipes have left behind smears on my Dell LCD monitor.

Does anyone have recommendations for other LCD monitor cleaning products?
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
14 Mar 2009 2:17PM
I tend to wonder if these screens ever really need cleaning - I just dust mine with a microfibre cloth. That said the cleaners at work decided to wipe my monitor with something and that was a right mess - this time a gentle misting of water and a microfibre cloth did the trick.
Tony_W 13 128 5
14 Mar 2009 4:51PM
I asked at the NEC stand at FOI and they recommended a cloth dampened with water only. Works for me but then I don't touch my screen, it just gets a bit of dust on it.
VolcanoCowboy 14 157 England
14 Mar 2009 5:25PM
So a misting of water it is then. Thanks guys.
cameracat 16 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
14 Mar 2009 6:29PM
If you want something that actually works, You really have to take a trip to " Amazon " and check out a product by " Philips " it's just called " Philips Screen Cleaner " for Plasma & LCD screens....Smile

I researched this subject a while back, Got really miffed at the Rip Off prices from the so called elite specialist sites......Sad

Anyhow found this stuff, Which had hundreds of glowing customer reviews, And guess what it's not that expensive, The bottle is huge and should last for years ( and I have more than 6 screeens on the go )..........!

Believe me I tried all the suggestions in the book, Including those mentioned here today, But this stuff is truly amazing, I'd go so far as to say " Awesome " results, Even on some very old screens....Smile

Oh! and not a smear in sight.........Smile
15 Mar 2009 8:54AM
A product I have used for quite a while now is KLEAR SCREEN. It states on the blurb that it is suitable for Laptops and Desktops. I have used it and well recommend it. It is suitable for precision optics, scanners,

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