|Oct 7, 2003, 01:22 PM||#1|
Do i need that hideously overpriced computer cleaner from apple.com? or is a soft cloth, lint free, and dampened just fine for the screen?
Can I use compressed air to dust the computer or is this harmful?
|Oct 7, 2003, 01:40 PM||#2|
I would go with the damp, lint free cloth. However, someone told me not to use a damp cloth, that it was bad for the screen. Now I am no expert, so somebody else may want to chime in here. But the soft lint free cloth sounds like the best way to go.
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|Oct 7, 2003, 01:45 PM||#3|
In the PowerBook G4 manual that came with my brand new 15 inch AluBook says thay you should turn off the book, unplug, and remove the battery, then use a moist lint free cloth on all surfaces except the keyboard.
However, I would consider buying special cleaning materials. For the investment I made when I purchased my machine I would do anything I need to make sure it stays in the best condition possible.
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