what can i use to clean my lcd monitor ?

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  1. is there certain pads im supposed to buy ...

    can i just use contact solution ?
     
  2. CastorTroy

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    Microfiber cloth, with either plain water, or a 50/50 mix of isopropyl alcohol/water.
     
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    steel wool ftw!
     
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    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    thats what i use. a slightly damp microfiber, don't use barely any pressure either. then wipe it dry with a dry microfiber

    and stop ejaculating on your screen
     
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    Water.

    Paper Towel.
     
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    I use a paper towel and glass cleaner, but spray the cleaner directly on the paper towel, NOT on the screen.
     
  7. how about the cloth that comes with my eye glasses ??? the only problem is theres two cloths that came with my glasses, a suede like one and a silky like one... which should iuse ??

    also can i use multi purpose contact solution ??
     
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    I get it really clean with water and a paper towel. Just repeat until its spotless. No brainer?
     
  9. deusexaethera

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    Windex works fine, and can remove fingerprints more easily than water alone. What you need to avoid is abrasives and oil-based solvents.
     

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