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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by aaps59, Feb 23, 2011.
Post here, what product, concoction, chemical, anything you might use to clean your electronics!
I use iKlear and a Micro Fiber Cloth.
Usually just a microfiber cloth. Sometimes with a damp paper towel.
Whatever you do, dont use rubbing alcohol in the screens.
acid and the back of a scotch brite sponge
I have 2 microfiber cloths. Usually I use just a dry one to wipe any dust off. But when it is needed I dampen one of the cloths with water and use it to clean finger prints and what not off. Then I use the dry microfiber cloth to wipe the damp off and give it that final loving touch.
Baby wipes and micro fibre.
Why does that sound kinky??
I use two tubes of Fellowes alcohol wipes, one for the screen and one for the surfaces.
Just have to have the microfiber cloths. I've been using them since I opened my I-Pod touch and there is not a single scratch/ finger print on it!
Windex and paper towels. I've never had a scratch or issue and it's the cheapest method.
A damp (just water), soft lint free cloth...
Microfiber cloth for the screen, if it's really dirty, I spray on some Kensington Screen Guardian. For the rest of the MBP, I use disinfecting wipes.
Adidas hoody, well the sleeve of it anyway.
^ This. I don't know why they don't sell it at the Apple Store anymore, now they sell another brand.
50% white vinegar, 50% water, kleenex. Works wonders.
iKlear is the best way to clean it.
Is iKlear good for MacBook trackpads too?
Yup, just spray it on the microfiber cloth and scrub away. Screen, keyboard, trackpad.
I just use a damp cotton wash cloth then dry with a cotton hand towel. If there is something tougher than water will handle I dampen a cloth with rubbing alcohol.
I use these on my iMac screen.
+1 for iKlear and microfiber cloth
Microfiber and diluted windex
bleach and a toilet brush, kills all known viruses....
What is this "cleaning" you speak of?