Cleaning the screen

kimb

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Jun 29, 2007
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What type of things are iPhone users using to clean their iPhone screens off with?

What takes of face oils and hand oils? With the humidity and heat faces can get icky. LOL

Any suggestions?
 

ChandlerXJ

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Jul 3, 2007
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take a piece of bread, white, and put it on your iphones screen at night. In the morning the oils should have absorbed into the bread. White bread is more porous than wheat, so go for white, works like a charm! It takes a while, and you need to let it sit! Make sure your animals don't get a hold of it!
 

bc008

macrumors 68000
Aug 6, 2007
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one thing is for sure, i am not putting bread on my 600 phone ;)
i just used the included cleaning cloth until i lost it, now i just use an eyeglass cloth
 

kimb

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 29, 2007
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take a piece of bread, white, and put it on your iphones screen at night. In the morning the oils should have absorbed into the bread. White bread is more porous than wheat, so go for white, works like a charm! It takes a while, and you need to let it sit! Make sure your animals don't get a hold of it!


Ill def. use this idea. Very cost effective. Can i use the same slice everyday or do i need to use a new one or would flippping the slice over work?
LOL. iSlice ;)


Thanks for the info about the clothes from costco..i check those out! :)
 

NewSc2

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Jun 4, 2005
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I found the included Apple cloth to work fine. I have some leftover iKlear that I use on my laptop.. it works for the iPhone but the cloth worked just the same. I put a Power Support Crystal Film on the iPhone and now it doesn't even need the cloth... my pants work just as well.
 

Mxsix

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Dec 28, 2006
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I just breathe on it and then quickly wipe it with a soft cloth. Looks brand new.
 

rdowns

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Jul 11, 2003
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I use a damp paper towel every morning. I have used a teeny, teeny, teeny amount of Windex on a paper towel a few times.