Cleaning MBP

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Cybix, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. Cybix macrumors 6502a

    Cybix

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    I'm sure there's threads on this already, but I'm curious about some products.

    At work we have these products from AF. (www.af-net.com) take a look in the products section. In particular "screen-clene", "phone-clene", etc.

    I wonder if it's safe to use the Screne-Clene on my MBP matte screen. the site and the packet says it's for CRT and protected surfaces. I dont know about putting this on my MBP, so I havent, yet.

    I tested it on my work samsung TFT, and it came up lovely. it's a simular matte screen to my MBP.

    I used the 'phone-clene' or 'headset-clene' i think it is, on my MBP keyboard, palm rest and trackpad, and it came up AMAZING. it's like brand new out of the box again, I couldnt believe how much **** was stuck to my machine! it feels really sexy again :)

    These guys do loads of products, in sachett, dispenser, spray bottle, etc. and heaps of lint-free cloths and bud solutions...

    There's so many products it's almost confusing. they even do camera equipment cleaning, printer, fax, multimedia, hand cleaners, compressed air cans, rah rah.

    any thoughts? I reckon it'd be pretty safe to use the screen-clene on my MBP... hrmm

    definately something I would like to work on more.. now that I think about it my home projector could do with a clean too :)

    cool!
     
  2. gr8tfly macrumors 603

    gr8tfly

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    I only use iKlear/Klear Screen. It is solvent free and has some anti-static properties.
     
  3. Cybix thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Cybix

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