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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Whenever I clean my screen on my MBP, I find myself acting like I just got it again. It feels like it's brand new every time I wipe it down. It's a good feeling...lol.

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Haha, I hear ya....

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NOTE: Thread moved to appropriate forum. Not just anything goes in Anything Goes

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I don't see why this was moved. I wasn't asking a help question, I was basically making an odd-topic thread that happened to pertain to my MBP. I don't think that goes against the "Anything Goes" sub-forum guidelines. I mean who would look in the Notebook section for someone saying they just cleaned their screen and it feels brand new? Nobody. They look here for people asking why none of their F-keys work correctly, or how to you pop the "L" key back on.

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I don't see why this was moved. I wasn't asking a help question, I was basically making an odd-topic thread that happened to pertain to my MBP. I don't think that goes against the "Anything Goes" sub-forum guidelines. I mean who would look in the Notebook section for someone saying they just cleaned their screen and it feels brand new? Nobody. They look here for people asking why none of their F-keys work correctly, or how to you pop the "L" key back on.
It's about a Mac Notebook, no? Not about off-roading, climbing the Himalayas, nor skiing in Utah. It's about cleaning the screen on your notebook, right? Guess what? There's a forum for notebook discussions and this thread is now in it.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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I know what you mean. Corollary: Every time I sneeze while using my MBP I feel as if I'm back looking at my old Fujitsu.
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