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MacBook Pro - Keeping my MBP clean


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Any suggested cleaners for my MBP screen and chassis? Sometimes my palms get a little sweaty with the heat and I'd like to keep my keyboard and other areas dust & sweat-free.

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I used iClean which i got from my local apple store, it came with two small spray bottles of gel like fluid and a micro fibre cloth. Used it on my screen and the rest of my ex Powerbook and it worked great.
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What's a good all-round cleaner that can be used on the trackpad/screen/outside case? Does iClean get the job done?
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Did the job for me.
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I use Windex Multi-surface.
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I used iClean which i got from my local apple store, it came with two small spray bottles of gel like fluid and a micro fibre cloth. Used it on my screen and the rest of my ex Powerbook and it worked great.

yea that iclean stuff works pretty well, sometimes itll leave a streak so just make sure you wipe it off before it dries
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