Cleaning Laptop screen.

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Post 3+ Months Ago

I bout a Toshiba A100 which has a true brite LCD monitor. It seems to have a plastic covering so it reflects everything lol. But my question is how do I clean it? My old laptop had a soft screen and this one has a hard screen.
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lcd cleaner.. you should find it at any computer store..
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Glasses lense cleaner that you get at wal-mart vision centers. You get a small bottle for like $2 and unlimited free refills. lol

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Post 3+ Months Ago

dear spoof,i wonder how much is your A100.If you are convenient,please tell me.
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One part 90% rubbing alcohol and one part water, which is what glasses cleaner and lcd cleaners are anyway. Make sure you use a soft cloth like a t-shirt or sock, do not use a paper towel!

http://support.dell.com/support/topics/ ... l=en&s=gen
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ive always been using glasses and lens cleaner toc lean my monitors =] works like a charm
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lucassix wrote:
Make sure you use a soft cloth like a t-shirt or sock, do not use a paper towel!


or maybe a cleaning cloth? lol. i dont think all of us use our cloths to clean the computer screen :D lol
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You must not be a bachelor...

Soft cotton t-shirts are great for cleaning all kinds of things! You are going to wash it anyway, perfect dust rag.
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Another method is to use cloin

you found it to any general store

please dont use alcoholic liquid it may be dangerous to some plastic materials
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some plastics (especially LCD screens) may become opaque depending on how much corrosives (such as alcohol) is present on the liquid. Most of the special LCD cleaners don't have alcohol in their composition for this reason. I'm not saying that you'll ruin ur screen if u use it, but it might do something bad for it if you use it too much of it, too often.
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lucassix wrote:
You must not be a bachelor...


Image Image Image BWAHAHAHHAHAHA Image Image Image

...I mean... uh...

Word. 8)

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