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  1. Bren S.

    Bren S. Well-Known Member
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    Just wondering how everyone cleans their screens??

    I have a microfiber cloth that I use for touch ups through out the day. (Yes I'm a bit of a fanatic)

    But for those who don't keep up with it quite as obsessively as I do what do you use to clean the screen ?
     

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  2. BabyBlues

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    About once a week I use a wrung out alcohol pad. It takes off more ick than I'd like to admit. In between I usually use a microfiber cloth or my jeans.
     
  3. Trooper

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    Alcohol pads or baby wipes.
     
  5. MutantCheese

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    I just slip mine in my cargo pants pocket, usually it's nice and clean when I pull it out...that is unless my wife uses it and get makeup on it, then I just use my shirt.
     
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  6. mogelijk

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    For basic cleaning, I'll just use a microfiber cloth. Though, once a week or so, I'll use Zaggfoam to do a thorough cleaning, I like that it is anti-bacterial.
     
  7. jova33

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    I'll huff on it, then rub it on any part of my clothing. Knees usually.
    I also have a screen protector.
     
  8. sik00

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    I have a screen protector, usually use the small microfiber that came with the protector to wipe it down once every few days.
     
  9. 9to5cynic

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    I'll use my shirt on it during the day if I notice that's it's really bad, but normally I'll hit it up with a microfiber cloth (from my ipod of all things :eek: ;)) a few times a week.

    :D
     
  10. Gekko

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  11. lordj

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    I use my shirt...it cleans up just fine...I'm not gonna use liquid anything on my phone, I don't care what it is.
     
  12. Tim K

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    Huuuuuh. Huuuuuh. And wipe with my shirt.
     
  13. Jezi_Buckz

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    The lens cleaners work great, but I would highly recommend a screen protector, you can get a pack of 10 on ebay for 99 cents and they definitely help to keep my phone from getting scratched or dirty.
     
  14. pool_shark

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    I keep a micro fiber cloth with me.
     
  15. AntimonyER

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    I have some zaggfoam I got free with one of my orders, I use that once a week or so, otherwise, I just rub down with a microfiber cloth. I actually do this a lot, as I can't stand smudgy screens. I am the same way with my glasses.
     
  16. Petrah

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  17. sperho

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    Ditto.
     
  18. carjul

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    when i bought my phone just recently at the AT&T store, the guy used those anti-bacterial waterless hand cleaners to wipe down the screens and a soft cloth.
     
  19. prostang

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    I lick it and then wipebit on the closest person to me. Gotta keep my clothes clean ya know. ;-)
     
  20. Bren S.

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    lol:D
     
  21. 9to5cynic

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    :rofl:
     
  22. sean76

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    +1 on that....
     
  23. Mexjoker

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    Even though i dont have this phone. Screen cleaning is the same for all phones :3. I like the be creative.. I use pages from a phonebook. Does the job well :D
     
  24. gaajiwaaih

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    Clean screen?????

    On another note, my screen resolution has plummeted!
     
  25. umataro42

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    I have a screen protector - actually there's 2, a very thin glossy one, and a anti-glare matte one that I just added last week. Before adding the matte cover, I'd use a micro fiber cloth and an air duster, which is also how I cleaned the screen before applying the cover(s). With the matte cover, there's not really any fingerprints anymore so I just use the air duster to get rid of lint.
     
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