|Jun 30, 2005, 09:38 AM||#2|
I believe theres a company called iClean or something that does cleaning products.
I'd say search on MR as theres plenty of cleaning threads, but the search here never works for me. Maybe best googling - i find most of my MR threads thru google!
Refurb 15" Glossy MBP: 2.4GHz SR, 120GB OCZ Vertex 2, 320GB HD, 4GB RAM.
Mac Mini: 1.83GHz Core Duo, 2GB RAM.
|Jun 30, 2005, 09:44 AM||#3|
You can buy iClean at your local Apple Store for something ilke $20. It does a decent job to cleaning smudges and the like, also works to clean the surfaces of one's iPod pretty well.
Anyone ever have issues with some dim pixels (not completely dead) on a PB screen? I have a few small patches that are bugging me so much! thanks!
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