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Old 04-16-2006, 12:01 PM   #1
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Hey all, does anybody know the best way to clean the LCD screen of my laptop??
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Yeah sprey some windex on a paper towel and then sipw youre screen with that, I clean my screen that way then I put it inf ront of a screen tand it dries my screen
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Yeah sprey some windex on a paper towel and then sipw youre screen with that, I clean my screen that way then I put it inf ront of a screen tand it dries my screen

Thanks for your help Nate. I don't understand the last part abotu putting it in front of a screen and it dries my screen sorry.
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do NOT use windex
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do NOT use windex
Ok how about endust, would that be ok????
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Thanks for your help Nate. I don't understand the last part abotu putting it in front of a screen and it dries my screen sorry.
im sorry i meant when you spray windex on a paper towel then wipe youre screen with it ( A LITTLE BIT) then you wipe youre screen with a dry paper towel, then you can put youre computer in front of a fan lol and then it will dry the rest Sorry for the misunderstanding
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I just spray windex on my LSD. Make sure it's a fine mist though because you don't want it to run down into the cracks and cause a malfunction. It works perfect and no side effects to the screen material.
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I usally spray windex or cleaner I use for my glasses on a paper towel and wipe down the screen. Sometimes I spray directly on the screen, but of course, DO NOT let it drip down into the electronics...
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I just spray windex on my LSD. Make sure it's a fine mist though because you don't want it to run down into the cracks and cause a malfunction. It works perfect and no side effects to the screen material.
lmao, you ingest your LSD with windex. lol. (LSD is a drug...)
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lmao, you ingest your LSD with windex. lol. (LSD is a drug...)
Hahaha LoL
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