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    Haha So im kinda dumb i sneezed and not turning my head in time and put some spit on the screen like i said im dumb and it was a big sneeze so what can i cleen it with so i dont scratch it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by devast8or
    Haha So im kinda dumb i sneezed and not turning my head in time and put some spit on the screen like i said im dumb and it was a big sneeze so what can i cleen it with so i dont scratch it??
    I've used iKlear to clean all of my Mac laptops and it works great!

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    nominated for grossest thread in awhile

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    haha yes agreed

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    nominated for grossest thread in awhile
    LOL, yep!

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    usually i just use a moist (water) glasses cloth, or sometimes a kleenex. probably not the best way to do it but it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karudzo
    nominated for grossest thread in awhile
    ..in a while? This implies other gross threads. Search function?

    PS. i'm noo.

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    Never, NEVER use kleenex's! I work with different sensitive materials for a living (lots of plastic lenses, etc) and the golden rule in the profession is to NEVER ever EVER use any kleenex's or paper products like paper towels or toilet paper . Any paper products (kleenex included) have tiny microfibers engrained within them, and when you clean sensitive products (macbook screens included) the microfibers are pushed against the screen and eventually dramatically scratch superficial surfaces.

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    woops...thanks for the tip. ill stick to the glasses cloth.

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    would cleaning solution for glasses work on teh macbook screen?

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