Microfiber cloth

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  1. Tewka

    Tewka Notebook Geek

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    Where is the best Microfiber cloth and how much? I've been needing one to clean my screen.
     
  2. sgogeta4

    sgogeta4 Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    http://hawg-wash.com/micwhatbigde.html

    I use a 70:30 small microfiber cloth (in the car section), though not from this brand. But the website is helpful in discussing what to look for in a microfiber cloth.
     
  3. Cin'

    Cin' Anathema

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    pmassey31545 Whats the mission sir?

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    http://www.radtech.us/Products/NotebookScreensavRz.aspx You can buy custom sizes for your screen and even have it emblazoned I think. Got one and it is awesome. Super! fast shipping on mine. Just the best I've found yet. tried the ones listed above(no hard feelings) but this one is waaaaaay better.
     
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    sgogeta4 Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Personally, I find the one supplied with my glasses isn't very good quality. Most general microfiber clothes like Cin suggested are 80/20 and will work fine. Make sure you clean it correctly though (wash alone, never use fabric softener or bleach, low heat dry). You can google up ways to clean really dirty microfiber clothes, but generally, your computer screen should just have dust.
     
  6. DetlevCM

    DetlevCM Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Most microfibre cloths will do the trick I'd say :)

    Speaking about glasses - I have two free ones that aren't that good, and some thicke ones I bought that are better.
     
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    The Fire Snake Notebook Virtuoso

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    I am using the Microfiber cloth I bought at Walmart's eye center. Works fine, never had a problem with it. I think I paid a buck or at the most $2 for it.
     
  8. rafaelholter

    rafaelholter Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm quite practical with regards to cleaning my screen, I only use regular bathroom tissue to clean off dust and smudges. I sometimes damp the tissue to moisten the smudges for easier cleaning... works always for me! :)
     
  9. sgogeta4

    sgogeta4 Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Just don't push too hard, tissue can create tiny scratches due to it's composition. Also, don't use alcohol since it will harden the carbonate composite LCD screen over time and damage the screen.
     
  10. Signal2Noise

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    Monster© Microfiber, $350 US (per sq. inch).




    I kid. ;)
     
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