Do you have special spray or just a microfibre?Personally I clean my iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch display regularly with a soft cloth as I can't stand finger prints, dust and other muck on them. Having touch displays means you're going to have this issue but you just have to wipe it with a soft cloth regularly.
Magic eraser is abrasive and should not be used to clean an iPad screen. Just a microfiber cloth will do it unless you got food on it, then slightly dampen the cloth to remove the food debris. Less is best.Try a Magic Eraser, they work amazingly well at removing the grime from white Apple cables and I presume the Pencil tips.
I didn't say on the screen just the tip of the pencil. I use a piece of dry silk to wipe down my screens, works great.Magic eraser is abrasive and should not be used to clean an iPad screen. Just a microfiber cloth will do it unless you got food on it, then slightly dampen the cloth to remove the food debris. Less is best.
+1If you want hit it with a small spray of water you can, just keep it away from the speaker ports and the home button.
I don't have a screen protector on mine at the moment. I bought a pack of 5 on eBay the other day and I literally wasn't Apple to get them on without having some spec of dust underneath, which obviously resulted in air bubbles.
I can't stand air bubbles, so I just threw all of them in the bin. An hour of my life wasted on stupid screen protectors..ugh.
Any ways, are the glass protectors any easier to put on, or how do you avoid air bubbles and dust on the screen before application??
Ps. I tried scotch tape, but it was just not working for me.
Help and pointing in the right direction is appreciated
I never heard of that method. I'll definitely give that a try.The easiest way to apply them without dust being a problem is to go into your bathroom. Close the door and Windows and turn on the hot water for a bit.
Let the room get nice and steamy, it reduces the dust in the air quite considerably.
Glass ones tend to be slightly easier as you can just lay them down flat. But using the above method you'll get any on without dust. Oh, and make sure you've got bare arms. Long sleeves can shake dust onto the screen.
I never heard of that method. I'll definitely give that a try.
Sorry for the stupid questions, but you mentioned that you can lay the glass ones just flat down. Do you just take the entire sticker off instead of just an inch at a time and place the screen down?
And what do you do in the unlikely event that dust does get trapped and creates an air bubble? Take it off and try again?