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What is best to use to clean a glossy MacBook Pro display screen with?
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I use just a clean, lint free cloth, that is ever so slightly damp.

Unplug it and turn it off before hand too!

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I bought an iKlear cleaning kit way back in the day - somewhere around my first LCD display - 2003 or so? I still have the same lint free cloth and spray solution that works on both glossy and anti-glare screens.
https://www.klearscreen.com/searchre...x?CategoryID=9

I also got this "digital cloth" - bought 5 of them
Digital Cleaning Cloth For iPad iPod iPhone Laptop DC DSLR Glasses
Use them for quick touch up - works for glasses and goggles too so I have one in each of my ski jackets as well. Works on the glass screens really well too.
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The monster cleaner is the best!
Monster Cable TV Screen Cleaning Kit 126634 B&H Photo Video
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Or a slightly damp paper towel.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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Water or a electronics screen cleaner. do not use plain windex it will eat the finish off.
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