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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by capriseyhaze, Mar 7, 2009.
For the screen and the body. Thanks
Damp soft cloth.
Next you'll be able to buy the "iKloth - especially made for Macs" ...
Have you ever used iKlear?
for the glass-covered screen, anything wrong with windex sprayed on a lint-free cloth? am i at risk of wiping off a special enviro-friendly angel tear coating or something?
You know the product is called Klear? They just put the i- on it and sell it in the Apple stores; same price as the regular stuff.
So iKlear = Klear spray
I have been using Windex on a microfiber towel daily to clean the screen and the glass trackpad, I also use it to clean the body, sparkling clean and no issues at all.
I have read of many users using Windex, last i know, Windex uses ammonia or a product of some sort, you might want to double check if that's actually good for the long-term durability of the coatings on the screen/surface of the computer.
hmmm ... any one has more insight into this and perhaps can help... gracias.. I wet the tip of a microfiber that i have bought from the dollar store with some tap water (cold/hot/warm.. doesn't really matter) and then i squeeze the water out completely then turn off my computer and then proceed to rub the screen lightly and then the keyboard and then the whole case. Then i use the dry part of the microfiber to give the screen and the keyboard and the case a final buff, that's it.