Hey, I use the microfiber cloths from Bed Bath & Beyond. I bought the 10 pack for $10 and they work great. I just wet them with water and ring it out until it's just damp and wipe the phone down. then I wipe off the moisture from the phone with a dry one. they work great and ALL of the dirt, oil, finger prints is removed. I do this a few times a week. Phone still looks brand new. Here is a link. I'm sure any of these displayed in this link will work fine.How do you all feel about wiping away oil and fingerprints with just a kimwipes and no detergent or anything else? Will it wear off the oleo phobic coating? Will it scratch the glass with long term use of KimWipes?
280 for $8 isn't bad on the grand scheme of things.Kimwipes should be fine since they are used for sensitive lab equipment/photo/optical equipment.
I mean, if you can take a kimwipe to an optical lens, you should be fine with an iphone screen.
The question is would you want to spend the money to do that? A soft cotton t-shirt suffices.
Yes I use the ones from work and it works great!!If you are getting your wipe for free from work, that is good.
In the long run get a microfiber cloth and it will do it for years. They will not ever wear out.
Less is better
Lol, you cocky bastards from New England always think you're better than us Americans! I will admit that your clam chowder is much better than that manhattan crap, but still...Sounds to me like some of that there foreigner stuff. Not something a good, red blooded, patriotic American would use on his iPhone
Kim Wipes work great over the whole phone. I use Kim Wipes to clean my phone while I'm at work. I also use Kim Wipes to clean my microscope lenses and objectives at work, which are much more sensitive than the iPhone camera. Just make sure that you use a new wipe over the camera. The Kim Wipe won't scratch it, but some of the crap collected on it might.i think kim wipes might be okay, although i wouldn't use it on the lens of the camera as it would scratch. lens paper does the trick. but like everyone else said, a good microfiber cloth works great.
Been using for years and not a problem. Have one cloth at office and one at desk at home and they remove oil and finger prints with only a slight amount of rubbing. If the phone is spotted a little "breath" will fog enough so the cloth can even remove that.Yes I use the ones from work and it works great!!
I'm just concerned about the oleo phobic coating. My iPhone 4S is like 2 weeks new and I want the screen to feel nice forever! Are we certain microfiber cloths do not scratch it?