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a-m-k

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Sep 3, 2009
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It's only finger prints, but in the sunlight you can notice them a lot.

Thank you!
 

a-m-k

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Microfiber cloth works best for me.

Would the cloth from my MBP be good enough or are the screens made of different materials. (For instance, the MBP and MBA screens are made from glass and the iPhone screens are made of policarbonates.
 

a-m-k

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My shirt works real good.:D

I just don't want to use a fabric that might have noticeable feel, like, for instance, tweed or certain yarns. A cloth made of cotton would be effective, too.
 

Apple OC

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Oct 14, 2010
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Would the cloth from my MBP be good enough or are the screens made of different materials. (For instance, the MBP and MBA screens are made from glass and the iPhone screens are made of policarbonates.

yes that would work fine ... it is microfiber

or you can get a microfiber cloth at any dollar store :apple:
 

a-m-k

macrumors 65816
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Sep 3, 2009
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yes that would work fine ... it is microfiber

or you can get a microfiber cloth at any dollar store :apple:

Just making sure and asking just incase, for some reason, the screens were made of different things to create the screens.
 

mirz2000

macrumors regular
Jan 9, 2013
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Would the cloth from my MBP be good enough or are the screens made of different materials. (For instance, the MBP and MBA screens are made from glass and the iPhone screens are made of policarbonates.

Sure, I think it would work... I have used both the auto detailing microfiber cloths and also glasses lens cloths with the tighter fibers. Both have worked well for me!
 

zman2100

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Apr 26, 2009
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Florida
I typically have a microfiber cloth in my pocket from my sunglasses that I'll use, but if not my shirt usually does the trick.
 
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