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I use iKlear you can get it from the Apple Store works great! the screen looks brand new once your finished.

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iKlear The Complete Cleaning Kit - Apple Store (U.S.)
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Wet wipes and or window wipes.
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I guess it depends on what you mean by keeping it clean. Which part? How did it get dirty?
When I was using the white/off white iBook, the only part that ever got dirty was the keyboard. To clean that, I just used a damp cloth and rubbed the dirt away. Never had to clean any other parts.
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I use iclean from monster along with a few microfiber cloths. Nothing fancy but it pulls any oil off the keys, case and screen and the microfibers it comes with are decent. The great thing is the solution wont drip (comes out kinda gel like) and does not streak at all. Personally if your really concerned about the keyboard the Moshi clearguard is excellent. Thin, doesn't interfere much and seals off the entire keyboard area.
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Monitor wipes for the screen, and a slightly damp soft cloth for the rest. Quickly wipe dry with soft cloth or it will leave streaks on the aluminum.
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